Mass teleworking due to the COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the importance of digital government, including a lack of communication options for interagency collaboration.
The request comes four months before Americans head to the polls.
Virtual internships with the government are a possibility for students.
The virus is simply spreading into new populations or resurging in places that let down their guard too soon.
One observer says prospects look dim for contractors requesting an extension on compliance with provisions in the National Defense Authorization Act.
The Navy is running $70 billion in annual financial transactions in Amazon Web Services’ GovCloud.
While some agencies have yet to reveal a chief data officer, others are spinning up new teams, tools and projects to address the global health crisis.
GSA also confirmed reports that the Technology Transformation Services is losing another program leader next month, as well.
Although white people, particularly men, are less likely to be punished for pushing anti-racism, they often shy away from it.
While the program still has a ways to go, the team says it now has a way to automate mobile app security testing.
Chief Technology Officer Charles Worthington discusses how the agency rolled out new digital tools to help respond to the novel coronavirus pandemic.
The Deepfake Report Act would require the Homeland Security Department to study the threats posed by manipulated and synthetic media—including text.
Almost half of the controls in an overarching shared system were assessed as deficient.
The announcement comes after two more agencies completed their marketplace implementation plans.
The answers can help staff direct individuals to the appropriate parts of the facility or if needed, additional screening.
It's important to take the time to design a better system and workflow.
While some researchers suggest resilience is hard-wired into one’s personality, others say it can be learned and acquired later in life.
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