Artificial Intelligence

IARPA grapples with threats posed by generative AI

The intelligence agency is looking for insights about the vulnerabilities within large language models and how it can prevent false information from harming the analysts using them.

Emerging Tech

IARPA awards contract for tracking lethal space debris

The intelligence agency tasked four contractors with researching new innovations to help better track small space debris that could harm spacecraft and satellites.

Modernization

New House bill calls for cloud interoperability 

New, bipartisan legislation tasks the government with guidance to assure data interoperability between public, private and edge cloud environments in use by the federal agencies. 

Acquisition

GSA considers changing the way it pays for cloud software

The agency is exploring how it can best align industry payment practices for software-as-a-service offerings on its own IT Multiple Award Schedule.

People

Biden selects NSA veteran as national cyber director nominee

White House officials named former National Security Agency official Harry Coker, Jr. as the nominee to replace former National Cyber Director Chris Inglis amid the ongoing implementation of the new National Cyber Strategy.

Artificial Intelligence

Defense Department seeks insights on AI’s ability to diagnose brain injuries

The department wants to understand whether artificial intelligence and other technology prototypes can help diagnose, monitor and treat traumatic brain injuries.

CXO Briefing

CBP wants blockchain capability for its trade portal modernization

The law enforcement agency is conducting market research into distributed ledger technology that could be included in its efforts to update a trade processing portal.

Cybersecurity

FTC, HHS warn of potential privacy and security risks embedded in online health sites

The agencies noted hospitals and telehealth providers could be exposing sensitive patient health information through online tracking tools like Meta Pixel and Google Analytics.

Modernization

State Department wants IT support for modernizing its consular systems

The department is conducting market research for modernization capabilities to help improve customer experience at passport agencies, its global queueing system and embassy and consulate waiting areas.

Cybersecurity

Bipartisan FISMA update looks to tweak cyber incident reporting rules for agencies

The legislation proposes new requirements for disclosing cyberattacks, assigns guidance for A.I.-enabled cyber, codifies the Federal CISO role and more.

Digital Government

The fight for the future of cloud

The Federal Trade Commission got an earful from managed services providers, trade groups and antitrust activists about cloud business practices.

Digital Government

Behind the business of NASA’s digital transformation

The space agency’s digital transformation officer talks about how a focus on business outcomes is helping NASA pivot its enterprise technology goals toward the future.

Modernization

House Oversight members want Login.gov documents outlining $187M modernization award

The chairman and ranking member of a House subcommittee investigating alleged misleading statements about the digital identity site want to know how the site’s project team secured a $187 million modernization grant.

Modernization

DOD lacks performance targets, cybersecurity plans on some major IT programs, GAO says

The watchdog found that within the Defense Department’s 25 major IT business programs, more than half did not fully report whether they’d achieved intended targets.

Artificial Intelligence

New bill proposes warning labels to AI-generated material

The AI Disclosure Act seeks to combat potential disinformation created using the emerging technology.

Digital Government

Worried that your TV is listening to you? IARPA wants to safeguard your voice

The intelligence community’s research agency wants to develop technology to anonymize voices recorded by electronic devices and help safeguard privacy.

Cybersecurity

GAO identifies new infosec deficiencies in IRS system controls

The watchdog's annual audit of the agency turned up new recommendations on system access controls and security configurations, alongside a limited release report and previous recommendations.

Acquisition

DOJ tees up infrastructure program management recompete

The Justice Department is conducting market research for a potential $75 million recompete contract to provide enterprise infrastructure services support within the CIO's office.

Cybersecurity

Energy Department officials eye 2027 date to stand-up cyber intelligence center

Officials from the department's Office of Cybersecurity, Energy Security and Emergency Response told House members Tuesday that work within the threat-sharing pilot program has already shown progress and could use more resources from Congress.

Modernization

Four federal departments have not fully implemented cloud security practices, GAO says

The departments of Agriculture, Homeland Security, Labor and Treasury have made varying amounts of progress in applying crucial cloud security practices, but remain far from fully executing them, the watchdog found.

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