New unmanned systems program at NOAA will focus on cybersecurity, acquisition process
While use of "UxS" vehicles by air and sea isn't new, NOAA's reliance on them has increased tenfold since 2012.
NOAA partners with 3 big cloud providers to disperse environmental data
The data now available can be used by researchers to predict and respond to natural disasters in real time or forecast retail sales.
New to Challenge.gov: Bureau of Reclamation seeks help with Colorado River data flow
The Interior Department agency has launched a $60,000 Challenge.gov competition to find "innovative" data visualization solutions.
Is that boat’s catch illegal? Challenge.gov asks competitors to figure it out using data
There's growing interest in how tech might help tame the wild seas.
CSRA wins $58 million EPA contract
The company will support the agency's high-performance computing systems as well as its scientific visualization hardware and software.
‘All of our federal data assets are currently at risk’ — here’s how people are trying to protect them
A group of coders, librarians, scientists, storytellers and others passionate about data came together at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C., to help preserve federal data some worry could disappear during the Trump administration.