The program “exceeds the scope of what Congress has authorized," a judge ruled Thursday.
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Homeland Security Committee Considers Turning Nation’s Cellphones into Walkie-Talkies During Emergencies
In the event of a disaster, how does the government communicate with a population of cord cutters when cellphone towers are down?
The FAA is considering the technology that Amazon would use to deliver packages remotely.
Agencies will now have greater latitude to hire digital services experts on a temporary basis.
As House, Senate, and White House attention shifts toward biomedical innovation, the high cost of specialty drugs remains unaddressed.
Some of the most popular government apps are those that let citizens manage and monitor their personal benefits, such as Social Security, parental leave and sick days.
Agency officials are still manually uploading information about the agency’s eight major IT projects to the IT Dashboard.
Under the bill, the energy secretary would learn from smart buildings in the private sector, and apply those practices to federal buildings.
The new system, announced last month, will compile license plate records from "at least 25 states" instead of all states.
Capital Bikeshare releases a plethora of data about its bike fleet. Developers have done some surprising things with the data.