The agencies are set to tap into BetterUp’s mobile platform, which uses AI algorithms to match employees with the right coaches for their needs.
The Defense Department released a mobile app version of its Military OneSource Program.
A major wins an innovation award by proposing to bring hotel-style booking to training ranges.
There's an uptick of people tuning to Twitter to ask for financial support during the pandemic.
Livestreamed services, which people view from home, are the new normal.
But securing and managing the information technology that enables work from home is a top challenge during the pandemic, respondents indicated.
Lawmakers want to know if federal agencies intercepted messages or collected cellphone data—including through commercial sources—during Portland protests.
Campaigns get more than just your money.
Until recently, the United States has been a staunch opponent of data localization laws.
The Commerce Department announced a list of prohibitions meant to protect U.S. national security against the two Chinese-owned apps.
The service is looking for a software development kit to help it integrate biometrics tools with an app used to facilitate prisoner transfers.
The simulated cruise missile intercept harnessed widely dispersed systems — all supervised by tablets in a flight-line hangar.
The bans threaten Americans’ freedom of speech, and may harm foreign investment in the U.S. and American companies’ ability to sell software abroad.
Researchers found that answering a robocall doesn't doom you to more.
The agency uses metadata to create a system of record for electronic device searches but agents may be able to access information irrelevant to their cases.
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