Federal agencies considering mobile applications should avoid these common myths that might limit their potential, a GSA official said.
Tuesday afternoon's 5.8 earthquake left hundreds of thousands of people along the East Coast temporarily without cell-phone service as circuits became overloaded and communications in many cases was reduced to texting or tweets. So what's a nation to do?
Honeywell International's subsidiary Egret Acquisition Corp. has successfully completed the tender offer to pay $33 per share of common stock of EMS Technologies Inc. for a purchase price of $491 million.
The Veterans Affairs Department has added amendments to an upcoming major procurement vehicle to specify several types of tablets and light laptop computers it may want to buy.
GTSI Corp. will provide the Army with biometric identification hardware and software kits under a 16-month contract worth $159 million.
Northrop Grumman Corp. will continue to provide operational and maintenance support for New York City's wireless network thanks to a five-year, $207 million contract renewal.
MTN Government Services starts at the ground level of an agency to prove its satellite services work.
In the face of floundering smart phone interest Research In Motion announces it is laying off more than 10 percent of it workforce.
Company rebrands to emphasize performance and mission-critical work. Which words were combined to create the Acentia name?
Harris Corp. will upgrade Alaska's air transportation system as part of a 10-year Federal Aviation Administration contract worth $85 million.
For the first time, federal regulators are scrutinizing the mobile health applications market.
The expo and conference, July 19-21 at the Washington Convention Center, will present a smorgasbord of innovative technologies and products, and techniques for applying them to government.
TeleCommunication Systems Inc. has been awarded a $60.8 million order to provide satellite terminals to the Army in two stages in 2012.
Washington Technology's sister publication Federal Computer Week spoke with some avid tablet users in the federal government about how they use their tablets and how these still-new devices are likely to change the game.
The service's 2012 Modernization Plan puts focus on using technology to maximize resources amid dwindling funds.