Media Coverage

  • April 03, 2014
    by Andy Medici, Federal Times
    As federal agencies generally incorporate Big Data into their IT strategies, those agencies concerned with health care are facing their own hurdles. A majority of IT professionals at those agencies believe [...]
  • April 02, 2014
    by Mark Rockwell, Federal Computer Week
    The General Services Administration's new 18F program is beginning to put its development and management skills to work on federal IT projects, but some procurement industry observers question the program's [...]
  • March 28, 2014
    by Hugh Johnson The Denver Post
    Democratic Sen. Mark Udall was recognized by the Information Technology Industry Council for his work on tax reform, promoting balanced energy development and fixing issues with the U.S. patent law. The [...]
  • March 25, 2014
    by John Higgins and Dean Garfield, Letter to the Editor, Financial Times
    Sir, With the threat of conflict on Europe’s eastern borders, it is more important than ever for the European Union and the US to show unity. The transatlantic relationship represents the most important [...]
  • March 25, 2014
    by Zach Rausnitz, Fierce Government IT
    Federal intelligence agencies could spend up to $6 billion over five years on a wide-ranging information technology contract aiming to integrate IT services into a common environment. The contract will [...]
  • March 22, 2014
    by Tony Romm, Politico
    Google’s Eric Schmidt, Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg and other top tech executives huddled Friday with President Barack Obama to discuss surveillance, just days after Zuckerberg slammed the White House for [...]
  • March 06, 2014
    by Mark Rockwell, FCW
    IT budget numbers are flat for civilian agencies and lower for Defense, the Senate won’t write a budget again this year, and nobody expects the president’s proposal to get a serious hearing in Congress, [...]
  • March 05, 2014
    by JOHN D. MCKINNON, Wall Street Journal
    WASHINGTON—President Barack Obama proposed his biggest tax increases yet on multinational corporations' overseas earnings—$276 billion that companies would have to pay over the next decade largely through [...]
  • March 05, 2014
    by Nicole Blake Johnson, Federal Times
    Information technology spending would drop slightly under the president’s fiscal 2015 budget from $81.4 billion to $79.0 billion, with the Defense Department poised to absorb the full brunt of those cuts. [...]
  • February 27, 2014
    by Paul Mozur, The Wall Street Journal
    BEIJING—China's top leaders will helm a new high-level committee to address Internet security, in a strong signal of Beijing's intent to tighten its grip on online discourse in the country and address [...]