The bill would make companies subject to fines from the Federal Trade Commission if they poorly protect data.
The Defense Department is embracing the alternative procurement method but could use more oversight of the deals, a Government Accountability Office audit found.
Veterans Affairs Department officials testified they’re continuing with plans to roll out their new electronic health record system in early 2020.
Federal Chief Information Security Officer Grant Schneider outlined the Federal Acquisition Supply Chain Council goals for 2020.
Amazon will fight over the $10 billion cloud contract that the Pentagon awarded to Microsoft in October.
A report commissioned by industry and government AI leaders highlights national security challenges around artificial intelligence.
The SHIELD Act would require political campaigns to report offers of campaign assistance from foreign powers to the FBI.
The Pentagon’s acquisition team will continue its review of bids submitted by Amazon Web Services and Microsoft, as the department’s deputy secretary of defense takes over the process.
Increased agility will help tech officials maximize their IT modernization efforts—and perhaps build more trust in government among the public.
Suzette Kent flagged priority data sets and a focus on supply chain security.
The bill would require the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration to share more weather modeling data with third parties and review possible innovations.
A Congressional field hearing in Illinois highlighted how far states and local jurisdictions have come since 2016, and how far they have to go.
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