Policy

Trump Administration Preps Sanctions Against Foreign Election Interference

The new executive order describes a process for sanctioning digital interference, propaganda and any other efforts to meddle in U.S. elections.

Emerging Tech

3 Ways Intelligence Agencies Are Using AI

The intelligence community is using artificial intelligence to help manage the exponential increase of data.

CIO Briefing

White House Workforce Summit Aims to Future-Proof Tech Talent

The administration plans to reskill more than 300,000 employees over the next three years, including the IT workforce.

Cybersecurity

DARPA Wants to Find Botnets Before They Attack

The defense agency awarded a contract to develop a tool that scours the internet for dormant online armies.

Ideas

The Time to Automate Security is Now

Freeing up time to get away from fighting fires should be a huge priority.

CIO Briefing

Government Publishing Office Names New CIO

CIO Sam Musa previously worked at the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and FBI.

Emerging Tech

3D-Printed Guns Are Dangerous. Ammo Control Could Help

New ammunition regulations in California could make it harder for people who shouldn’t have guns to use the ones they have.

Emerging Tech

The Military Now Has Tooth Mics For Invisible, Hands-Free Radio Calls

The future of battlefield communications is resting comfortably near your back gums.

Cybersecurity

As Kaspersky Deadline Approaches, Fears Loom That Contractors Aren’t Prepared

Some contractors may not be aware the ban applies to them or that they’re running Kasperksy in the first place. Others don’t understand how complex removing it will be.

CIO Briefing

Senate Poised to Finally Digitize Error-Prone Campaign Finance Reporting

After 15 years of trying, the Senate may finally allow for candidates to electronically file campaign spending reports.

Emerging Tech

Oracle Files Second Supplemental Protest Against JEDI

The company continues to keep the legal pressure on the Defense Department.

Emerging Tech

NIH Seeks Advances in Motion Capture Tech

A National Institutes of Health lab needs a new motion capture system but first wants to know how new it should be.

Cybersecurity

Election Officials Tout 2018 Security Coordination as 'Miles' Ahead of 2016

Two key officials say offices at all levels of government are rapidly bolstering defenses ahead of November elections.