Defense officials hope to protect cutting-edge technologies by getting innovative firms funded by U.S.-friendly investors.
As cities like New York move ahead with plans to charge motorists to enter certain urban areas, we need to think about the best ways to manage road tolling.
The goal is to reduce the risks of adversaries gaining entry to agencies through their supply chains.
The data would improve the tech’s ability to link together footage shot across a broad geographic space, allowing it to better track and identify potential targets.
Digital tax fraud schemes are on the rise but the IRS can only do so much to regulate third-party providers without more authority.
Lankford, co-author of bill to end shutdowns, thanks the federal workforce for its “gift to the country.”
The nomination marks the beginning of the end of the tenure of the longest-serving acting defense secretary.
By failing to take advantage of DMARC protections, candidates could expose themselves to the types of phishing attacks that hit the Democratic National Committee in 2016.
But agencies efforts to recruit young talent still have a long way to go.
Lawmakers want to know how the devices are using and storing children’s personal information.
Officials hope improving the customer experience for citizens will boost the participation rate for the Census Bureau’s biggest undertaking.
The Artificial Intelligence in Government Act would create a center of excellence, a governance board and require agencies to develop plans to ensure the ethical use of advanced algorithms.
The new independent analysis comes as lawmakers weigh the creation of a new branch of the military.
Volume of disclosures rises when congressional oversight dominates the news, watchdog notes in new primer.
It is not simply a numbers game: diversity is a proven “differentiator” that research shows makes organizations better.
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