Director of National Intelligence John Ratcliffe said that in an effort to prevent leaks, the intelligence community will no longer provide in-person briefings to Congress about threats, only written updates.
The ultimate aim is to boost Congress’ understanding of AI, quantum computing, blockchain and internet of things—and more.
It follows the release of new allegations related to Edward Snowden.
Reps. Will Hurd and Robin Kelly plan to introduce an AI resolution celebrating past innovations and laying the groundwork for future legislation.
The legislation would also establish a cross-agency working group for ongoing recommendations.
The new policy could change the government’s relationship with hackers but some agencies have reservations.
Sen. Maggie Hassan asked for updates on the government’s 10 legacy systems previously flagged as most in need of an update.
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It would also enable the Technology Modernization Fund to be used to facilitate telework.
Rep. Xochitl Small Torres on Wednesday introduced the Southwest Border Security Technology Improvement Act in the House, a bipartisan bill that’s already moving through the Senate.
A new report from Reps. Will Hurd, R-Texas, and Robin Kelly, D-Ill., calls for increased funding and stronger federal leadership on artificial intelligence development.
The latest FITARA scorecard marked a milestone since the first report in 2015—no agency received a D or an F grade. But fewer agencies improved grades this time around.
They warn consumers’ bidstream data can be used to “compile exhaustive dossiers about them.”
A task force of administration and union officials would make recommendations for how agencies should protect workers during the pandemic.
While some of that spending went through existing IDIQs, some $7.7 billion in new contracts were awarded “using the unusual and compelling urgency exception.”
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