Bipartisan Space and Satellite Bills Reintroduced to Secure America’s Interests

The bills aim to promote competition, innovation, security and leadership in the commercial satellite industry by modifying FCC licensing rules and authority.

Panel Seeks Ways to Accelerate Pentagon Budgeting—and Keep Up with China

Recommendations are expected soon on adapting a decades-old way of doing things for the modern era.

New Federal Service Delivery Model Favors People and Problems Over Bureaucracy

The White House envisions applications for services like food assistance, Medicaid and other benefits taking 20 minutes, with enrollment coming after just 24 hours.

Report: 39% Federal Leaders Rate Accessibility as a Top Priority

Budget constraints and old technology add challenges to fully realizing digital accessibility.

New National Cyber Strategy Asks 'More' from Industry and Government

The new National Cyber Security Strategy focuses on more international partnerships, enhanced baseline regulations and stronger cyberthreat policing.

DOD’s Cyber Mission Depends on Skilled Workforce, Streamlined Tech, Officials Say

As the Pentagon works to implement zero trust architecture and a forthcoming national cybersecurity strategy, DOD components are moving to prioritize international partnerships, streamline tech capabilities and enhance recruitment and training initiatives to meet current needs.

CISA Tells Agencies What to Prioritize to Meet Cybersecurity Log Mandate

The guidance document also explains how CISA and the FBI will work with agencies to investigate cybersecurity incidents.

Cutting Civilian Defense Jobs Won't Eliminate the Real Waste at the Pentagon, Union Says

If lawmakers want to find savings at the Pentagon, they should start with underperforming weapons systems and service contracts, AFGE officials said.

Commerce Seeks 6 Private Sector Members for New International Task Force

The U.S.-EU Trade and Technology Council’s Talent for Growth Task Force will help create a well-trained workforce for current and emerging technologies.

Section 230 Debate Reignited as Cruz Demands Content Moderation Transparency

The Texas lawmaker is requesting details on social media and tech platforms’ content moderation and censorship practices.

National Cyber Director to Retire Next Week

Chris Inglis will retire almost two years after beginning the job.

Experts Question Value of Federal Cybersecurity Data Capture Mandate

The packet capture, or PCAP, requirement’s short timeframe and potentially massive data loads caused one expert to doubt whether it would be useful after a real cybersecurity incident.

Lawmakers Reintroduce Bill to Curtail Foreign Adversary Telecom Influence

The legislation would require the FCC to publish a list of entities with FCC authorizations and close ties to foreign adversaries.

US Cyber Diplomat Calls for Bolstering American Advantage in Global Tech Policy 

The head of the State Department’s Bureau of Cyberspace and Digital Policy said that a more prominent U.S. focus on tech policy necessitates greater international engagement.

Report: 6 Keys for Successful Government Crisis Contact Centers

When natural disasters or emergencies arise, federal agencies must be able to respond effectively to public inquiry, and technology is key.

GAO Identifies Fraud Risks in FCC’s Affordable Connectivity Program

The FCC “may not be able to effectively prevent and detect fraud” in its program that offers low-income households discounts on internet services and connected devices, according to a review by the Government Accountability Office.

Senator Advocates a Transparency-Based Approach to Social Media Moderation

Sen. Cynthia Lummis, R-Wyo., said such transparency about government moderation requests “does seem to be the best move” for promoting free speech online.