The technology can boost partnerships and lead to new solutions across federal agencies.
Under the orders, Carahsoft Technology Corporation and Grant Thornton will roll out commercial payroll systems that would be available for all civilian agencies.
The White House in 2016 required every agency to make at least 20 percent of its custom software available for reuse across the government, but the Pentagon isn’t even halfway there, according to the Government Accountability Office.
But practitioners will have to wait a few months more for the final use cases on which the policy is based.
A new tool called “Panacea’s Cloud” could give first responders a way to communicate during a natural or human-made disaster when devices such as cell phones may not work.
Designing with users—not for them—has been a key to the agency’s innovative success.
The bureau launched a website for dispelling common Census rumors and created a special email address where people can report misinformation and other malicious activities.
The Center for Strategic Foresight held its first conference, focused on two problems closer to the present than the future: deep space and deepfakes.
The new committee will address critical security issues that trouble the open skies.
But industry experts warned it might not be enough.
The investigation of Google’s advertising practices is the latest to target tech companies.
The latest version of its privacy framework is meant to help organizations address the risks of holding sensitive data on their customers.
Pew Research Center’s study is the latest to conclude Americans are growing more comfortable with having their faces scanned.
The research center’s first challenge winners aim to fill government openings with alternative talent and beef up the workforce’s data skills.
A key element of the battle between truth and propaganda has nothing to do with technology.
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