Defense Digital Service revamps Code.mil with clearer, more accessible guidance
Over the past year the team has learned that guidance on how to release code as open source must be as straightforward as possible.
The NSA is now sharing a bunch of code on GitHub
The notoriously secretive agency has decided to dip its toes into the open source software world.
Code.mil, the Pentagon’s open-source initiative, is live
Developers will be able to review and collaborate on the Defense Department's unclassified code through its new Code.mil initiative.
Commerce gives green light to internal GitHub use
The Commerce Department has given clearance to open source code management platform GitHub, allowing the department to use the platform internally as it builds open source software.
Agencies need leadership buy-in to innovate, officials say
Agency leadership needs to be fully on board with modernization projects if agencies are going to innovate, according to two federal technology experts who lead such projects in their agencies.
18F gets more realistic results in 2nd micro-purchase hack
After a $1 winning bid during its first experiment with software development micro-purchasing, the General Services Administration's 18F digital services team got much more realistic results in a second try this week.