Top trade associations are hoping COVID-19 will buy companies six more months.
The SETI Institute is rethinking how to host its competitive summer program for accelerating space research.
That number only reflects properly tagged procurements—real dollars spent in response to the coronavirus outbreak are significantly higher.
The coronavirus is threatening young space companies — and the military’s plans to rely on them.
The national laboratory enlisted collaborators to help unleash a range of efforts in the fight against COVID-19.
Resources include do-it-yourself activities, live virtual chats with astronauts and officials, formal lesson plans, an augmented reality app and more.
The pandemic-driven outcomes could demonstrate what strategic interagency efforts around emerging technology can catalyze in rapid timeframes.
The moment has spurred the agency to also finalize a longer-term pilot project for connected care.
“Government is traditionally seen as this old, ancient, antiquated system … How [does this change] the future of work for government?”
The anticipated challenges aim to spur innovations in space technology and produce a base of the future.
Without the waiver, Inteliquent would be subject to “significant cost increases” that would prevent the companies from offering free teleconference services.
Immigration and Customs Enforcement wants to develop an offshoot of Lehigh County’s Gang Intelligence App over the next year.
Portions of the Senate’s stimulus bill address immediate technological challenges for government.
Hackers are taking advantage of the telecommuting chaos to launch attacks across the spectrum.
The strategy focuses on four lines of effort and will guide how the government approaches 5G for the near future.
Federal buyers spent more than $4.8 million on hand sanitizer alone in the last two months.
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