Why You've Having Freaky Dreams During COVID-19

Many people have reported stirring restlessly in their sleep, disturbed by the strange figures, unusual places, or frightening scenarios that have appeared in their dreams.

CIO Briefing

Federal Advisory Group Finds Feds Are Paid 26.71% Less than Private Sector Counterparts

In their annual report, members of the Federal Salary Council recommend updates to datasets used in determining a region’s eligibility to become a locality pay area.


We’ll Be Wearing Things on Our Faces for a Long Time

You can choose between a mask and a face shield, but you can’t choose nothing.

Sponsor Content

GBC Flash Poll: Realizing the Promise of Multi-Cloud

Many organizations are now employing multiple cloud architectures at the same time to get the optimal performance for the best value. Are they realizing the promise of multi-cloud?


Work Stress May Be Killing You

Mental health and mortality have a strong correlation with the amount of autonomy we have at our job.

Emerging Tech

Bill Would Increase Broadband, Telehealth Capabilities in Rural America

Senate legislation would direct $2 billion in funding to help meet increased broadband demand during the coronavirus pandemic.


How You Can Avoid 'Zoom Fatigue'

Zoom meetings are more demanding cognitively than face-to-face meetings, a psychologist says.

Sponsor Content

4 Ways Government Agencies Can Prioritize AI Adoption This Year

AI is accelerating at lightning-fast speeds. How can government leaders drive adoption across their organizations?

CIO Briefing

Senators Make Bipartisan Push to Expedite Hiring for Workers to Oversee Pandemic Response

Measure would ensure special investigator has proper resources in light of Trump's recent IG firing spree, senator says.


Pentagon’s Cybersecurity Accreditation Board Seeks First Class of Auditors

The group seeks experienced professionals to help shape an ecosystem of education and training possibilities for aspiring cyber auditors. 


‘How Could the CDC Make That Mistake?’

The government’s disease-fighting agency is conflating viral and antibody tests, compromising a few crucial metrics that governors depend on to reopen their economies. Pennsylvania, Georgia, Texas, and other states are doing the same.

Emerging Tech

TSA Wants Passenger Self-Screening that Looks Like Grocery Store Self-Checkout

The agency, in partnership with the Science and Technology Directorate, is planning a solicitation to streamline airport security without compromising safety.


States Struggle to Get Vote-by-Mail Plans Ready in Time

Many states delayed their primaries to give election officials more time to prepare, but quickly overhauling procedures comes with real challenges. What will it all mean for the November elections?

IT Modernization

What Google’s New Contract Reveals About the Pentagon’s Evolving Clouds

For one thing, it disproves fears that the massive JEDI contract meant one company would get all the work.

IT Modernization

The White House Is Rewriting Contracting Language to Clarify Security Liability 

COVID-19 sped up some agencies’ cloud migration and amplified calls for cybersecurity assurances.