Media Coverage

  • May 21, 2014
    by Adam Mazmanian, Federal Computer Week
    Call it the federal IT bill that wouldn't quit. The Federal Information Technology Acquisition Reform Act is getting another chance at passage in the defense bill set to be debated in the House of Representatives. [...]
  • May 20, 2014
    by David Stegon, StateScoop
    Speeding down the highway in one of Google’s driverless cars, Wyoming Gov. Matt Mead admits the trip tested his courage as much as it did his faith in technology. It’s a testament to Mead that he was in [...]
  • May 20, 2014
    by Bien Perez, South China Morning Post
    Proponents for expanding tariff cuts under the Information Technology Agreement (ITA) saw a glimmer of progress after Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation trade ministers who gathered in China over the weekend [...]
  • May 20, 2014
    by Wendy Koch, USA Today
    Self-driving cars no longer belong to the sci-fi realm of The Jetsons as Google’s prototype shows. In fact, research today says they hold huge market potential although they’re not likely to be completely [...]
  • May 14, 2014
    by Shawn Donnan, Financial Times
    The US has urged China to help revive talks to update the 1996 agreement governing the $2tn annual global trade in IT products amid warnings that a weekend meeting of Pacific Rim trade ministers risks [...]
  • May 14, 2014
    by Bien Perez, South China Morning Post
    More than 80 industry groups from around the world have called on the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation trade ministers gathering in China this weekend to help restart stalled talks on expanding tariff [...]
  • May 14, 2014
    by Russell Nichols
    In 1984, California’s Department of Technology didn’t exist. Information technology consultants were rare, and there were fewer contractors involved in state services. For the most part, the state developed [...]
  • May 05, 2014
    by Kate Tummarello, The Hill
    The battle over the National Security Agency (NSA) is escalating in the House, with rival panels moving this week to mark up legislation that would change the agency’s controversial surveillance programs. [...]
  • May 05, 2014
    by Andy Medici, Federal Times
    The DATA Act has the potential to save billions of dollars a year and transform how the government approaches performance management, contracting and possibly its own workforce, supporters say. But now [...]
  • May 02, 2014
    A group of senior Obama administration officials delivered a report to the White House on May 1 examining how big data will transform the way we live and work, and how it will alter the relationships between [...]