Japanese researchers have created a computer program capable of limited humanistic understanding.
A new Treasury audit found the IRS planned to run the new and old systems simultaneously.
Many agencies today are still using cloud computing similar to 2010, one official says.
SHELTER, the nickname for the mouthful of a project title, is a 5.5-year deal that would add to the Defense Department’s growing arsenal of cyberweapons.
These misconceptions might have you running for your charger.
DARPA has already tested out implants in people suffering from brain injuries to improve their memory.
The next-generation rocket fuel involved turned out to be a little too explosive.
Despite all the hype about how it has connected the world, the web is more insular than you might think.
Senator Labels OPM Breach a ‘Federal Fumble’ of 2015
“The federal government still does not know -- and may not know for years to come -- ...
Months After Huge Hack, OPM Finally Completes IT Inventory
The agency is still cleaning up from the breaches it announced this summer.
Secret DHS Audit Could Prove Governmentwide Hacker Surveillance Isn’t Really Governmentwide
The intrusion-prevention system, named EINSTEIN ...
Defense Agency Wants to Talk About Operations on Twitter
The Defense Media Activity wants a contractor who can think about ways to use ...
New 'Playbook' Details What It's Like to Work with 18F
Eight comprehensive principles aim to make it easier for agencies to work alongside ...
State Department Tech Chief Not Plugged Into Cybersecurity at Bureaus
System operators can plug in rogue devices to the department's network ...
National Science Foundation, Agriculture Release CIO-Boosting FITARA Plans
All agencies must publicly post their plans by Dec. 31.
New Pentagon Website Can Tell If You Were Hacked by China
Launched Nov. 17, "OPM Verify" is a public, self-confirmation tool for the 21.5 ...
The Crisis in Federal IT That’s Scarier Than Y2K Ever Was
Fossils in federal IT are a potentially multibillion disaster years in the making.
Do Computers Make Better Hiring Decisions?
When it comes to reviewing job applications, humans are relatively bad at selecting the best ...