New and old flaws in systems at a Treasury Department bureau added up to “a significant deficiency,” according to the Government Accountability Office.
Don’t miss the forest for the trees, General Services Administration's emerging tech official said.
The Office of Personnel Management will look at how to retrain the employees affected.
Tech companies, experts argued, aren’t really going to police themselves.
They also push a wave of privacy bills post-Facebook’s Hill visit.
The agency's early outreach efforts appear to be paying off.
The initiative aims to cut through the “bureaucracy” that blinds federal techies to other agencies’ projects.
Agency officials hope the competition will draw more young tech talent to the government and energy industry.
National security and economic growth depend on a free and open internet, U.S. Deputy Chief Technology Officer Michael Kratsios said.
The department plans to develop at least two exascale supercomputers that would be more than 10 times more powerful than today’s reigning supercomputer.
The Government Accountability Office expects the system to be more efficient.
Women are more than twice as likely as men to say they don’t want the government collecting any of their biometric information.
The quiz is part of a step-by-step guide for vendors and agencies looking to bring blockchain to the government.
Ethical hackers will scour the platform for security gaps in the department’s fifth bug bounty program.
The department wants to screen five years of social media and email from all visa applicants but doesn’t expect longer processing time “for most visa cases.”
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