The agency raises the ceiling again for the popular small business set-aside contract.
Respondents are more worried about their personal safety and the economy.
Customers have increased their reliance on chatbots and self-support sessions since the coronavirus began.
The JEDI contract will not be awarded until at least August.
Lawmakers aim to beef up the government’s tech prowess and put protections on American intellectual property and talent.
The bill would enable the Defense Department to ramp up hiring AI and cyber professionals.
The Veteran Experience Office has been instrumental in ensuring veterans’ voices are heard and acknowledged, even amid a global pandemic.
IGs may have more work to do regarding the government’s coronavirus response.
Among many recommendations, the Congressional watchdog suggested IGs only be removed for just cause.
Congress continues to seek answers from federal agencies regarding their response to nationwide protests.
The agency is following White House guidance to improve customer service delivery, beginning with getting more input from actual customers.
Lawmakers introduced bicameral legislation this week aimed at keeping the United States ahead of China and other adversaries in AI efforts.
The nation’s chief law enforcement official said adversaries are using digital means to increase unrest in the United States.
The House Committee on Homeland Security also wants to know how many personnel the agencies dispatched to address the protests.
The Health and Human Services Department would collect data nationwide to determine how telehealth fared during COVID-19.
More than 75% of Americans feel their privacy is at risk due to measures being taken to combat COVID-19.
The new agency would feature a technology directorate to usher advancements in cutting-edge fields like artificial intelligence, 5G communications and cybersecurity.
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