A report commissioned by industry and government AI leaders highlights national security challenges around artificial intelligence.
Esper touts "good progress" in high-level review intended to cut fat and find funds for projects to counter China and Russia.
“The federal government regulates colored pencils . . . more strictly than it does America’s election infrastructure,” the nonpartisan Brennan Center notes.
Confusion over data standards, process and transparency remain.
Lawmakers eager to see Customs and Border Protection digitize its health care system are pushing a bill that would give the agency three months to go from paper to electronic records.
A veteran, a scientist and representatives from Facebook and Twitter are all set to testify.
A new U.S. Senate bill comes amid concerns that online criminals can “spoof” the public with fake government websites.
The interagency partnership aims to prevent bid-rigging at all levels of government.
Many small businesses might find themselves excluded from the Pentagon’s most sensitive tech projects under the new Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification.
Recent history has shown that states often use their offensive cyber arsenals to achieve surprisingly de-escalatory effects.
Twitter’s political ad ban will have little effect on elections around the globe.
The Trump administration is creating a center that will give immigration agents access to information from U.S. intelligence agencies. Migrants and others denied entry will be unable to see the evidence against them because it is classified.
Contracting experts had been critical of the lack of flexibility for managers under a rule requiring certain companies to hire employees from their predecessors.
For one thing, it can help formalize the process.
The decision comes months after agency officials approved purchases of aircraft built by the Chinese firm SZ DJI Technology.
A civilian counterpart to the Pentagon’s Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification would need to suit the varying missions across government, according to federal deputy CIO Margie Graves.
Workers in all of the Social Security Administration’s operations components have less than two weeks to find alternate arrangements.
The Office of the CIO and Joint AI Center are focused on getting AI deployed throughout the military, which will require some significant culture change.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission follows regulators in countries including the U.S. and Germany in taking action against the way “tech giants” harvest and exploit their users’ data.
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