The administration is asking select departments to take the lead on governmentwide services. But don’t think it’s charity on the part of the agencies.
The KidneyX Innovation Accelerator incentivizes entrepreneurs and innovators to revolutionize the way kidney disease is treated.
Change isn't easy.
Because AI retrains itself over time, the administration wants to keep tabs on what’s happening under the hood.
For millions of Americans, accessing their health records is an onerous task. A new rule could change that.
There’s a difference between having data and having useful data, federal officials said.
Sunlight Foundation launches a new portal to centralize monitoring of Trump "censorship."
Officials at Health and Human Services took an idea from their colleagues at Census to use big data and public-private collaboration to design systems that can save lives.
Nonprofit monitor suggests violation of mission; agency sees routine update.
Sen. Mark Warner wants to develop a wide-ranging strategy to combat cybersecurity vulnerabilities targeting America’s health care sector.
Despite agencies reopening, some feds weren’t able to get right back to work due to expired PIV cards and passwords.
That includes three governmentwide contracts operated by another Health and Human Services office.
The new Intelligent Automation/Artificial Intelligence contract will be housed in Health and Human Services but available to any agency looking for AI solutions.
The guide stems from the Cybersecurity Act of 2015.
The department will use existing governmentwide acquisition contracts rather than recompete another EAGLE contract vehicle.
The agency needs to better guide states to ensure the nationwide data is reliable, the congressional watchdog said.
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