Demand drove an increase in cohort size.
Website security and privacy improved across all sectors, according to a survey, but none made more improvements than government websites.
The IC envisions a system that can stitch together archived and real-time data from satellites, and link it to footage from planes, drones and other aircraft.
In his first interview since joining government, Anil Cheriyan shares his insights into problem areas and the future of innovative programs like the Centers of Excellence, 18F and FedRAMP.
Happy Tax Day, America.
Sen. Ed Markey’s, D-Mass., sweeping privacy framework would limit the amount of data companies collect on users and require more transparency about how it’s being used.
UN-Habitat is looking at high-tech urban islands as a potential survival fix for communities at risk from rising seas. This isn’t what resilience looks like.
Officials within the Office of the Federal Chief Information Officer say their team is working as it should in the wake of a report that suggests otherwise.
A government-built AI tool to ensure compliance with accessibility mandates is headed for the user testing phase before going governmentwide this fall.
The space agency is exploring what three Earth-observation start-ups can teach it about the planet.
An analysis of driver behavior data found that drivers are growing more distracted by their devices.
For decades, JASON studies helped DOD and other agencies get outside perspectives on scientific and technical topics.
Only two of 22 agencies expected to hit all five of OMB’s optimization benchmarks by the end of 2018.
New bipartisan legislation aims to help Americans feel it’s safe to answer their phones again.
Upgrades later could have hidden costs.
The agency is seeking $290 million this year as part of a six-year modernization plan.
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