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On the one-year anniversary of the Digital Government Strategy, the Office of Management and Budget highlighted the progress being made to make agency information and systems device-agnostic. Federal CIO Steve VanRoekel said mobile is the new default platform.
Starting a new relationship can be hard, especially if it begins with the breakup of a long-time companion. As more federal agencies dump their old BlackBerry smartphones and transition to the iPhone or Android-based devices, some managers are finding it difficult to make the switch.
The Web site's goal is to make it easier for agencies to obtain cloud computing services. The administration also wants to change policy and budget to meet new approach to technology.
Cammie Croft, the department's director of new media, tells The Federal Drive with Tom Temin about some of the datasets available to developers and apps that have been created.
In less than two years, the General Services Administration's mobile application website has grown from offering 15 apps to 100.
Jen Modarelli, CEO and principal of White Horse, has been studying federal government apps and joins In Depth with tips to make the most of mobile apps.
The Labor Department gave $68,000 in prizes for applications to help connect unemployed people with job positions.
WFED's Jason Miller reports.
The Developer's Garage will focus on Facebook applications for government
The Labor Department is turning to the public for ideas to help people find jobs. Labor is offering up to $35,000 for an app that helps unemployed people find the right career path.