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Powered by open federal and local data sets, the newly launch project provides access to resources around employment, housing, schools and other neighborhood amenities.
A team of data gurus is hoping to transform stores of siloed government data into fresh insight into one of the toughest challenges in America.
These innovators know that to stay relevant, they need to continue developing their skills and be mindful of the changing times and fast-evolving technology.
Another data guru joins the currently small team housed within the Commerce Department.
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Being open to customer feedback has helped the agency better its products.
A famous whistleblower on the lam might be the last person a cybercriminal wants to impersonate.
“Simply put, OPM was not designed to house and protect this sensitive data,” the lawmakers say.
Here's why cyberthreat information sharing between the public and private sectors might make sense.
The idea of a world with "mind clones" may not seem so crazy after all.
Risk taking and failure should be an option in government, top federal technologists say.
Tipping your hand could be a really bad idea.
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