ODNI is expanding one of its major vendor outreach programs to speed up adoption of emerging tech and modernize the intelligence community’s IT infrastructure.
The agency hired contractors to help with a smooth transition but ended up spending lots of money for little movement.
Spending data from the Government Accountability Office confirmed last year’s predicted spending spree and early fiscal 2019 data suggests historical spending levels continued.
Interested vendors have until Aug. 1 to weigh in on the project, which is expected to officially kick off by the end of the year.
As U.S. and its allies tether more of their military operations to government and commercial satellites, they need to start taking cybersecurity more seriously.
Bird’s new monthly rental program could force users and cities to reconsider e-scooters as a real mode of transportation. But there are some drawbacks.
Bills introduced in the House and Senate aim to combat the forged media through comprehensive research and technological assessments.
The Office of Management and Budget released an update to Circular A-11, outlining how agencies should be thinking about their fiscal 2021 budget requests.
Rep. Jim Cooper says Congress shouldn’t accept a government topped by acting political appointees.
In a world where everyone can collect data on everything, speedy analysis could make or break U.S. national security, a top intelligence official says.
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