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The National Institute of Standards and Technology is prepping the final version of a report on effective blockchain use—and when to avoid it.
Part of the problem is the type of contract the agency used to vet the temporary workers who handle the data, the inspector general found.
Tight budgets and staff cuts are hindering the accuracy and accessibility of federal open data initiatives, experts said.
Auditors found a programming error prevented the IRS from sending out notices.
Feds need to secure the internet of things and work more closely with private companies, they said.
A National Institute of Standards and Technology contest wants the drone that can haul the most for the longest flight time.
The government should create incentives for good security in the internet of things.
A Commerce Department center is seeking partners to make internet-connected devices more secure.
Burn, baby, burn.
AT&T, the company that filed the protest, reached a deal to work as a subcontractor on Census operations.
NIST and DARPA are looking for pre-market products that can identify synthetic opioids like fentanyl.
The Government Accountability Office reported in 2012 that each of the 52 entrepreneur support programs at Commerce, SBA and other agencies overlapped with at least one other program.
The National Institute of Standards and Technology has a hand in nearly every aspect of government cybersecurity.
The Census Bureau has only tested four of 43 systems needed for the 2020 Census.
The funds are crucial to getting the IT back on track, Wilbur Ross told lawmakers.
Chief information officers need to be tech savvy, but they also need to be educators.
National Technical Information Service pairs federal agencies with vetted companies that meet their technology needs—and fast.
The request follows an executive order focused partly on fighting the armies of zombie computers.
Census hasn't updated its cost estimates since October 2015.
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