On the fifth anniversary of Challenge.gov, the White House announced nine new innovation contests, open to the public.
Federal techies report being overworked, undertrained and eyeing the exits.
Many agencies today are still using cloud computing similar to 2010, one official says.
The country is in the middle of a cyberwar and needs everyone's help, said House IG Theresa Grafenstine.
Are the 6s and the 6s Plus calling your name?
To develop the test, a research team indexed the unique DNA or RNA sequences of every known virus to affect not only humans but animals, too—some 2 million in all.
“I’m surprised if it is only a couple dozen people,” says Senate Homeland Security Chairman Ron Johnson.
This big computing innovation relies on a throwback to the 1990's.
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