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What Agencies Need to Navigate the AI Frontier

4:36 PM ET Adopting artificial intelligence isn't a well-trodden path.

DHS Wants to Stop the Next Anthrax Outbreak with Open Data

2:07 PM ET The Homeland Security Department is offering $300,000 for data solutions that can detect biothreats before they spread.

GAO Denies Equifax Bid Protest on IRS Contract

October 16 In its ruling, GAO said Equifax’ contentions were “unreasonable,” allowing IRS to move forward on a contract with Experian.

Using Technology to Aid the Opioid Crisis' Innocent Victims

October 16 Manual processes are holding back the way governments could support children and families in crisis.

NASCIO: Federal Compliance Exercises Are Hindering State IT

October 13 Yejin Cooke, NASCIO’s director of government affairs, is getting the word out on why federal data security rules are holding back innovation—and even ...

IRS Suspends $7 Million Equifax Contract

October 13 The suspension comes after additional security incidents at Equifax.

Census Needs $4.5B More for 2020 Count, Commerce Secretary Says

October 12 The funds are crucial to getting the IT back on track, Wilbur Ross told lawmakers.

Drones Let Scientists Get Inside Humpback Whale Blowholes

October 12 These flying drones, got much closer to these whales than humans typically can.

How to Give Your Older iPhone a Speed Boost

October 11 Faster iPhones make for happier users.

U.S. Government’s Hurricane-Hunting Satellite Scheduled to Launch Next Month

October 11 NOAA's sending a high-powered replacement into space to boost its weather forecasting capabilities.