This False Claims Act investigation had been ongoing for seven years.
Microsoft is opening up its commercial generative AI technology to public sector customers and partners.
The agency’s chief people officer described efforts to attract high-skilled workers affected by layoffs across the tech sector and expand telework opportunities to modernize tech-centric operations.
The intelligence agency has been quietly moving over the past few months to recruit talented workers affected by the wave of layoffs at tech companies and startups.
The Defense Department’s national defense strategy includes investments to deter China’s global ambitions, but a lag in implementation provides opportunity for Beijing to invade Taiwan.
The Department of Veterans Affairs said additional time is needed to streamline deployment of its new electronic health record system to “make sure it is functioning optimally for veterans.”
The Information Technology and Innovation Foundation said a U.S.-led forum could develop “a set of voluntary, consensus-based guidelines” for social media platforms to use when moderating user-generated content.
Two programs, SMART Grants and ATTAIN, will dole out millions over five years as the Biden administration plans a U.S. transportation overhaul.
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Agencies are also allowed to accept to-do lists from vendors who need to keep working up to a point where they can self-attest their compliance with NIST guidance.
The former public official—and legendary hacker’s—decision to expose what he described as a disastrous security environment at the company has prompted an unlikely alliance in Congress.
The funding comes from the National Institutes of Health’s Bridge2AI program to advance AI research, as well as ethical tools and standards.
The new rules elaborate on what kinds of cyber activities warrant sanctions designation.
Researchers will stress a socio-technical approach—which examines the human impact on technology—to mitigate biases in artificial intelligence systems.
Inaugural CISA director Chris Krebs said the federal government should do more to respond to cybersecurity and data concerns.
The ranking member of the House Veterans’ Affairs Committee plans to introduce legislation before the end of the year to address deficiencies in the rollout of the new Oracle-Cerner electronic health record system.
Medical service contractors working for the Customs and Border Protection are using an agency app to record migrants’ medical information instead of just writing it down.
The message to staff said that "more could be done" to streamline planned deployment of new health record software at Boise VA Medical Center.
The executive order brings federal enforcement to protecting location and health data, in order to prevent law enforcement abuses.
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