Government enterprise-wide mobile strategy cannot be limited to simply purchasing mobile devices. Agencies and departments need to recognize the need to establish short- and long-term plans and strategies for mobile deployment and mobile application development. Without a strategy for effectively using mobile in the federal space, mobile application and device deployment will be inefficient and costly.
I suggest that the government create reasonable security guidelines so that the important work of protecting the federal computing infrastructure is not duplicated... more »
There should be some high level direction that the introduction of mobile must not increase the risks, and that a common set of standards (not products) across broad groups... more »
A federal identity management standard combined with set of mobile applications for communication (web, voice, text, e-mail, video), collaboration (online document sharing), productivity (word processing, spreadsheets, presentations, online publishing), HR, travel and expense reporting that would empower all federal workers to fully support their mission at any time from anywhere on any device.
Implement a task command interface that allows a severely disabled user to "Ask What They Need to Know", "Say What They Want to Do" or access a Task Menu Display to perform application tasks and receive audio/visual feedback.
Analyze the proposed architecture for security and recovery defects.
Establish a government run wireless operator (MVNO) leased from a commercial carrier that meets the unique security and operational requirements of the Federal government.
- Warrants to access GPS signals
- Bans on data mining of personal data (including anonymized approaches)
- Bans on roving wiretaps
- Bans against Deep Packet Inspection
- Strict limitations on acceptable uses of cookies
- 4th amendment... more »