At SXSW, HHS outlines the stumbling blocks to sharing data
HHS CTO Bruce Greenstein sees the open data movement as a “baton” in a relay race — but it's riddled with stumbling blocks.
How USPTO’s Jill Leyden helps the trademarking process walk the line between legal and personable
Leyden wants to make the trademark process a little bit easier.
Code for America’s Pahlka debunks govtech myths, takes on Oracle at SXSW
Government “absolutely” will still work with vendors, she said. “They just need a different set of rules."
Oversight seeks answers from Treasury on DATA Act implementation
The House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform wants to know how the Treasury Department is tackling problems that crop up during implementation of the Digital Accountability and Transparency Act of 2014.
Executive branch websites slow to load? Legislative sites are slower, new data shows
Research out of the Information Technology and Innovation Foundation found that legislative branch websites performed worse overall than other federal websites on tests for things like accessibility and page load speed.
Bipartisan legislation seeks to keep previously-opened government data online
A new bipartisan bill seeks to ensure that all openly published federal data remains so, and in a machine-readable format.