Federal Mobile Computing Summit Media Coverage

March 6-7, 2014 | Ronald Reagan Building | Washington, DC

The Federal Mobile Computing Summit: Digital Government Strategy II was held on March 6-7, 2014, at the Ronald Reagan Building in Washington, D.C. Below is media coverage from the event.


The National Institute for Standards and Technology has released new guidelines for public comment regarding Derived Personal Identity Verification credentials. (FCW story)

Federal Times 1

The Marine Corps is banking on a new approach for managing its mobile devices — one that that could pave the way for civilian and uniformed personnel to use their own smartphones for work. (Federal Times story)

Fierce 1


Anyone anticipating a formal follow-up to the Digital Government Strategy should stop doing so, senior federal information technology officials told a March 7 conference audience. (FierceGovernmentIT story)

Fed Tech 1

There is a theme emerging in federal IT when it comes to mobile computing, and it goes something like this: We get mobility, now we need to make it useful. (FedTech Magazine story)

Federal Times 2

Federal agencies may be one step closer to ditching bulky card readers for securing their smartphones and tablet computers, thanks to the National Institute of Standards and Technology. (Federal Times story)