Germany deeply distrusts how the U.S. handles digital data.
The new data measure the extent to which agency IT projects stay within budget and on schedule and the average time it takes to deliver key phases of a project.
Next week, Hack4Congress will bring together a wide array of participants to help solve challenges that could make Congress function more efficiently.
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The patent suggests the robots could be controlled by a smartphone