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Video.gov, a new government-wide platform, will be a one-stop shop for videos from all federal agencies.
The failed bombing attempts in New York City and aboard a U.S. flight to Detroit has sparked concern over Uncle Sam's watchlisting system.
Move over Facebook and Twitter, there's a new social media competitor making its way through the federal government.
The Transportation Department is hoping a new idea drives employees down the Information Superhighway toward better collaboration.
Coleman says group hugs are important. Essentially, you've got to get everybody in that room so that they're part of it. That is collaboration. We learn more from Casey Coleman, CIO at GSA
The Tox21 collaboration merges federal agency resources (research, funding and testing tools) to develop ways to more effectively predict how chemicals will affect human health and the environment. We get details from Robert Kavlock of the EPA.
A ton of work to do with limited resources -- it's a common challenge facing many government agencies, including the Navy.
The GOP is leaning on the Federal Communications Commission to permit the use of Skype for calls on congressional computers, according to Politico.
Some of the high-tech collaboration tools that have worked for the military could soon be at the fingertips of all government workers.
The Defense Department is looking for two things as it pertains to collaboration: Security and inter-operability.