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Supermarkets Are Now Using Blockchain to Keep Food Fresh

August 24 The technology can track food throughout the complex global supply chain.

Should Google Own the Verb “Google”?

August 23 The US Supreme Court May decide the future of the word.

Delayed NOAA Supercomputing Contract to be Bid Out in October

August 21 The agency shared more details about what it needs to process weather data.

Banks Are Now Monitoring How Often Top Employees Sit at Their Desks—But That’s Not the Problem

August 21 Barclays claims the monitoring will determine how much office space the bank needs.

OMB To Congress: DATA Act Could Advance Trump's Agenda

August 16 A pilot that gathers spending data directly from contractors and grant recipients could also help agencies better assess spending.

What Would Improve Data Security? 75% of Government IT Pros Say Biometrics

August 9 And nearly 90 percent say they would be more satisfied at work if their agencies invested in smart tech, according to a survey.

FCC Asks for Help Fixing Faulty Broadband Provider Data

August 8 The agency wants to correct and refine information on broadband coverage in different areas of the country.

AI Will Make Fake News Video — and Fight It As Well

August 8 Just weeks after one research team appeared to put words in a leader’s mouth, here comes a new tool that can check questionable video for a pulse.

DeVos Walks Back Controversial Student Loan Contract

August 2 The department is turning its attention to providing a "truly modern loan servicing environment."

This Agency Can Help Fast Track Your Tech Acquisitions

July 31 National Technical Information Service pairs federal agencies with vetted companies that meet their technology needs—and fast.