Government Headlines

  1. Brivo Systems Achieves GSA Approved Products List Status

    Brivo Systems LLC, leader in cloud applications for security management, recently announced that as of October 30, 2013 its pre-cloud end-to-end physical access control system with high assurance readers and certificate path validation software has been approved as a fully-compliant FICAM solution by the General Services Administration (GSA).

  2. Motorola Mobile Computers Expand Support For Android

    Three Motorola Solutions' enterprise mobile computers are now available with Android OS.

  3. CompTIA IT Industry Business Confidence Index Reveals Increasing Concern Over Government Gridlock

    The CompTIA IT Industry Business Confidence Index remains essentially unchanged for Q4, but concerns about government gridlock took a sharp upswing in the latest survey from CompTIA, the non-profit association for the information technology (IT) industry.

  4. Intermec, Now A Part Of Honeywell, Introduces Its Latest Rugged Mobile Computer With Two OS Options – Android And Windows

    Intermec , now part of Honeywell Scanning & Mobility, recently announced the CN51 rugged mobile computer – the company’s latest product to offer the choice of Android or Windows operating systems on a single device. Designed for flexible application support, this next-generation mobile computing solution offers unparalleled versatility and is primed for use in direct store delivery, transportation and logistics and field service operations.

  5. Ingram Micro And Promark Expand GSA Schedule; Adds Several Vendors including Panasonic

    Building on the success of its strategic acquisition, Ingram Micro Inc., the world’s largest wholesale technology distributor and a global leader in IT supply-chain, mobile device lifecycle services and logistics solutions, recently announced the addition of several new vendors to Promark’s General Services Administration (GSA) schedule including Panasonic, Falconstor, Jabra and Whiptail.

  6. Machine-Readable Petroleum, Natural Gas Data Available To Software Developers

    The U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) now offers petroleum and natural gas time-series data in machine-readable format. Software developers working in government and research have easy access to the data through the EIA’s application programming interface (API).