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"We are not DHS. We are not DoD," says Jerry Horton, chief information officer at USAID.
The Air Traffic Organization is in the middle of one of the largest pilots in government testing mobile computing devices. ATO CIO Steve Cooper said business organizations must have a valid need to use the devices. Cooper said ATO will test other mobile devices this spring.
The Pentagon wants servicemen and women to use their own smartphones to develop apps and access the military's networks. Senior officials as early as next month will approve the technical standards for devices that run the Apple and Google operating systems.
Be honest - you've been to meetings where you are handed a binder full of notes and handouts. Printing those handouts are a waste of time and money. That's where iLegislate comes into play.
The release of the iPad2 - Apple's latest version of its tablet computer - is not just hype but a sign of an increasingly mobile federal workforce.
You've probably seen how popular tablet computers like the iPad have become on flights. But it's not just passengers using them anymore. WTOP's Andrew Mollenbeck has the story.
With the release of the iPad 2 coming in the next few days, the tablet technology could soon transform the way you do your job.
Rob Pegoraro, consumer tech columnist for The Washington Post
Apple fans may soon get some good news: All signs point to the company unveiling a new version of the iPad on Wednesday.
Federal Chief Information Officer Vivek Kundra said he wants to move toward giving feds a subsidy - of say, $2,000 - to purchase their own devices to work on.