Biography for Zach Rausnitz
Zach Rausnitz is an Editor in the Government Publishing Group at FierceMarkets. He writes regularly for FierceHomelandSecurity, FierceGovernment and FierceMobileGovernment. He previously interned at the Washington bureau of BBC News, where he worked in the TV, radio and online divisions. While at Brown University, where he got a B.A. in English, he wrote for The College Hill Independent. He lives in D.C. You can reach him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Articles by Zach Rausnitz
Concern about mobile devices and records management sparked the National Archives and Records Administration to warn agencies about the challenges they're likely to face.
The U.S. ambassador to the United Nations urged the passage of a resolution that calls on member states to ban texting while driving in a speech April 10.
The National Institutes of Health and NASA are both embarking on digital outreach efforts – an interactive exhibit and a game, respectively – that they're designing with smartphones and tablets in mind.
The U.S. Agency for International Development did acknowledge that it funded the creation of ZunZuneo, a social media platform for people in Cuba, after the AP revealed the agency's involvement in a story Thursday.
An additional 100 megahertz of spectrum is set to become available for unlicensed uses such as Wi-Fi thanks to a March 31 decision by the Federal Communications Commission.
Consumers weary of cycling through new chargers when they buy new mobile devices would have their burden lifted under legislation that overwhelmingly passed the European Parliament earlier this month.
A new court comprised of judges with expertise on spectrum issues could resolve disputes more fairly and effectively than the Federal Communications Commission, says a new paper published by the Brookings Institution's Hamilton Project.
The fiscal 2015 budget request for the National Telecommunications and Information Administration includes $2.3 billion in total budget authority for FirstNet, a $305 million increase from the current year budget.
The increasing use of mobile devices at federal agencies may have broad implications for records management, something the National Archives and Records Administration has set out to address.
The Federal Communications Commission is seeking public comment on its proposed requirement for wireless carriers to provide text-to-911 services to the public by the end of the year.