Facebook, YouTube, Twitter and Microsoft will be asked about how the New Zealand shooter’s video spread so quickly.
The new Science and Technology Assessment and Analytics group aims to prep lawmakers for big decisions on artificial intelligence, privacy and 5G.
People tend to question everything. So what chance does AI have?
The DUNS number—a unique ID for organizations doing business with the government—will be phased out in favor of a new identifier with a new name and vendor.
Jobs will be disrupted and the way people work will change, experts said.
The agency needs industry to help it “innovate while under attack,” according to Kirstjen Nielsen.
After several months of development, the General Services Administration and the Education Department share what they learned by implementing TBM.
Under a never-before-used provision of the 1990 Federal Employees Pay Comparability Act, the White House promises action on special pay systems this year.
The 2020 presidential candidate introduced a bill to help local governments modernize their digital services. Is this the lifeline cities need?
The request comes as the administration urges agencies to double down on research in artificial intelligence and other emerging technologies.
Under the president’s 2020 budget proposal, the Pentagon’s cyber coffers would grow while funds for some civilian agencies dry up.
Insiders say the first-of-its-kind machine will accelerate innovation and discovery across the health, defense and climate sectors—and beyond.
Someone’s spreading misinformation to veterans and their families and Congress wants to know who.
Bill Would Ban Federal Contractors From Asking About Criminal History Early in Job Application Process
Legislation would codify delaying when federal hiring officials inquire about candidates’ criminal records, and apply the requirement to contractors as well.
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