Border agencies will send samples to the FBI’s databases for indefinite storage.
The guidelines are intended to help govern the FDA’s approval process for AI-powered medical devices, and other regulations around private sector AI-use.
The agency is overhauling the way it thinks about data and wants to start with feedback from employees and outside experts.
Software that can analyze satellite photos would be treated like a weapon.
The law calls for more research and grants to expand existing National Science Foundation initiatives.
The agency plans to award up to $5 million in prizes.
A 2004 National Intelligence Council report was eerily prescient in some ways, and totally off in others.
The government’s only laggard complying with the Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act of 2015 is the Defense Department.
The changes come after ProPublica’s reporting showed how TurboTax maker Intuit tricked customers into paying for tax prep they could have gotten for free.
Game-changing results may not be so far off.
The law supports several federal agencies in more aggressively combating the annoying, automatic calls.
Ahead of the 2020 presidential election, Congress appropriated $425 million for states to help secure election infrastructure.
Workers aged 40 and older are protected by a federal statute that prohibits harassment and discrimination on the basis of age.
The new remote ID rule would require all unmanned aircraft systems to have a unique identifier that can be tracked by the FAA, law enforcement and the general public.
Under a new plan from the Office of Personnel Management, federal agencies would be able to rehire former federal workers at a higher pay grade than their previous job, provided they were high performers.
The administration released the Federal Data Strategy Action Plan for the next year, adding four more action items from the draft released in summer.
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