Featured Government Content

  1. How Will Tech Transform The Future For Your Law Enforcement Clients?

    Government Technology offers a list of law enforcement technology, stating, “From drones to flexible adaptive computing solutions, these are the top 10 trends you need to be prepared for …” VARs, too, should prepare for the technology their clients in law enforcement will be demanding.

  2. Government IT News For VARs 2-4-15: Enterprise Cloud Email, Cybersecurity Strategy And Education

    In the news, the U. S. Defense Department (DoD) is looking for a commercial enterprise email provider, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is serious about Wi-Fi blocking, and the Coast Guard is set to release an all-encompassing cybersecurity strategy. Also, Pennsylvania is set to open a cybersecurity training center.

  3. Government IT News For VARs — January 28, 2015

    In news this week, FedRAMP will release new standards for comment, and President Barack Obama urges Congress to support his cybersecurity agenda.

  4. College Campus Uses GPS To Help Deter Theft

    With the growing use of GPS tracking technology in a variety of markets, one trend is its use as a theft deterrent.

  5. Government IT News For VARs — January 21, 2015

    In the news, federal agencies struggle to keep up with digital demand, and President Barack Obama urges the adoption of a data breach law. Also, the Los Angeles Police Department is scheduled to get body cams.

  6. DHS Investment Into Solutions Could Impact Commercial Market

    The Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) Science and Technology (S&T) Directorate has invested billions of dollars in development and transitioning of research projects into viable commercial solutions for first responders and network operators, as Fed Tech Magazine reports.

  7. What Government CIOs’ New IT Budget Authority Could Mean For VARs

    FITARA gives a major boost to agency chief information officers when it comes to overseeing their agencies’ IT budgets, promising CIOs a “significant role” in programming, budgeting, and decision-making related to IT at their agencies.

  8. Government IT News for VARs — January 14, 2015

    In news this week, the GSA is implementing the Agile Delivery Services Blanket Purchase Agreement (BPA) expected to improve flexibility for the software services procurement process. Also, the FCC Chairman is throwing down the gauntlet in the net neutrality duel, and the USDOT released its ITS Strategic Plan. Also, Michigan is piloting a new outsourced authentication system, and an article explores how data analytics can be a game-changer for state agencies.

  9. Solutions Still Needed To Address Iowa Digital Driver’s Licenses Privacy Concerns

    Iowa will be the first state to adopt digital driver’s license technology. The Des Moines Register reports new licenses will be issued in the form of a smartphone app, which will be “highly secure” and free for drivers, according to Paul Trombino, director of the Iowa Department of Transportation, and will be accepted by Iowa law enforcement officers as well as TSA agents at Iowa’s airports.

  10. Government IT News For VARs — January 6, 2015

    In news, hackers figure out how to bypass fingerprint authentication, a new flaw, the “Misfortune Cookie,” has been identified, and the Canada-U.S. Enhanced Resiliency Experiment (CAUSE) is testing cross-border resiliency. Also, officials in California introduced a new app to help reduce DUIs, and emerging and trending technologies could transform the future of law enforcement.