The Enterprise Identity Service would let Pentagon officials oversee the access credentials and online activity of every user who touches its networks.
The U.S. Army is determined to field a mid-sized combat robot vehicle, but the prototypes are outstripping the datalinks that would connect them.
The agency is also interested in learning how body cameras could be integrated with its facial recognition program.
The bill would require the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration to share more weather modeling data with third parties and review possible innovations.
Six winners among 26 finalists will be recognized at the “Oscars of government service.”
So how far away are we from a machine uprising?
The agency CIO said he’s looking for someone to provide critical technical insights and accelerate the office’s robust AI-driven efforts.
A Congressional field hearing in Illinois highlighted how far states and local jurisdictions have come since 2016, and how far they have to go.
By 1880, the population count had become a mind-numbingly boring, error-prone, clerical exercise of a magnitude rarely seen.
Unmanned aircraft could transport packages across tough terrains and inform future initiatives to introduce autonomous vehicles.
The 23 municipalities hit in a July ransomware attack put themselves at risk by failing “to follow good cyber hygiene,” the state’s CIO said.
As technology advances, so do the complexities of the cyber threats targeting the nation.
President’s management agenda update highlights 100 “burden-reducing” initiatives.
Researchers have suggested the Bush-era policy could hurt program management.
So far, the USA Performance app tracks more than 35,000 federal employees—a number expected to more than double in 2020.
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