House Republicans are taking the fruits of Twitter’s growth with them into the minority.
The company wants to explore untapped sensors in phones to take barometric readings.
The contract was recompeted after the previous vendor filed for bankruptcy.
A few agencies are using a new technology that will help them meet these budget targets without reducing programs.
ShakeAlertLA aims to give smartphone users a few seconds’ warning of imminent quakes.
Firms working for NASA, DHS, and other shuttered federal agencies are taking hits to their cash flow.
Americans do not favor strict limits on facial recognition technology, according to a new national survey.
Justin Herman, who leads GSA’s Emerging Citizen Technology Office, is moving to the private sector.
Three important sites operated by the General Services Administration experienced technical problems last week.
An advisory board is drafting guidelines that may help shape worldwide norms for military artificial intelligence — and woo Silicon Valley to defense work.
H.R. 1 would codify many of the security measures lawmakers have pushed for the last two years.
“The people that won’t get next week’s pay, or the following weeks pay, if you ever really looked at those people they’d say, ‘Mr. President please keep going,’” Trump said.
About 5 million of those were unencrypted.
The bill would elevate the authority of the federal chief information officer and chief information security officer.
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