To go above and beyond, government websites must first go back to basics

by John Dancy • 3 weeks ago

In this commentary, CSRA's John Dancy explains how agencies can make federal websites great again by going back to the basics.

Another federal website consolidation effort? Vendors say it could benefit the public

by Samantha Ehlinger • 2 months ago

Experts muse whether another consolidation effort could help improve federal websites.

Page-load speeds, accessibility issues hamper federal website experience, ITIF says

by Samantha Ehlinger • 2 months ago

Many of the federal government's most popular websites are not fast, mobile friendly or accessible for users with disabilities, according to a new report by the Information Technology and Innovation Foundation.

Think tank encourages Trump, Congress to support smart-manufacturing policies

by Jason Shueh • 5 months ago

In anticipation of big changes around the White House, ITIF compiled recommendations for continued prosperity in the advanced tech sector.

Is the government reversing course on FedRAMP?

by FedScoop Staff • 2 years ago

Commentary: The Information Technology Industry Council's A.R. "Trey" Hodgkins is alarmed by the government's mixed messages on its commitment to the FedRAMP process.

Health Datapalooza: Data innovation five years later

by Wyatt Kash • 2 years ago

The fifth anniversary of the Health Datapalooza offers a fresh view on the role of open data as the raw material for innovation, but more must be done to seize its potential.

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