Apple’s approach arguably fits a wider narrative about the company being heavy-handed in determining what apps are allowed on iPhones.
Insiders hope it will “serve as the foundation for addressing future public health emergencies.”
The Veteran Experience Office has been instrumental in ensuring veterans’ voices are heard and acknowledged, even amid a global pandemic.
Deputy CIO Dominic Cussatt detailed how the agency heightened its capabilities for pandemic-induced telework.
The Health and Human Services Department would collect data nationwide to determine how telehealth fared during COVID-19.
Two of the agency’s institutes seek new technical tools and data to inform re-entry risks.
The national laboratory received NVIDIA nodes to boost performance as researchers work on new methods of testing, treating and monitoring coronavirus patients.
The winning vendor will need to supply protective equipment for their employees and contactless, infrared temperature scanning for FEMA personnel.
Using CRISPR, Sandia National Lab researchers are genetically engineering antiviral countermeasures to fight the coronavirus—and potentially future outbreaks.
Agencies need to have a plan in place to capitalize on AI.
Agency CISOs will have to weigh the ramifications of apps that could combine health and location data of federal employees, a security professional said.
Sen. Ed Markey wrote a letter to the controversial startup asking about its plans to use facial recognition technology to track patients during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The research partner will be expected to immediately begin work on two modeling analyses and be agile enough to shift as priorities change.
The cost of 3D printers has dropped low enough to be accessible to most Americans.
Severe staffing shortages, infighting and lack of comprehensive planning for infrastructure improvements would have handicapped the multibillion-dollar project, the inspector general said.
The COVID Research Act includes several authorizations, including $50 million to the Energy Department.
Many Americans oppose intrusive technologies even if they’re intended to assist in the government’s response to coronavirus.
Two measures were critical in the country’s ability to flatten the curve: extensive testing for the disease and a national system for promptly and effectively tracking people infected with COVID-19.
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