Think of it as a standing bug bounty program.
As law enforcement agencies experiment with the tech, lawmakers push for details about accuracy and privacy.
Recovering funds, retiring employees and making procurement efficient are just some of the hurdles the agency must clear.
The commission fined the celebrities for failing to disclose their social media posts were paid for.
The government is working to reduce its security clearance backlog.
Despite some industry clamor, the Defense Department will stick to a single cloud provider for its JEDI cloud contract.
Grant Schneider will be the second person to fill the position.
The bill that would name and shame hackers that attack U.S. targets also advanced.
Lawmakers worry the department’s lack of leadership and hiccups in Defense’s rollout of its MHS Genesis platform could derail the $16 billion project.
The Government Accountability Office recommended the Defense Department terminate a contract awarded to REAN Cloud in February.
Those unresolved Government Accountability Office recommendations could haunt agencies during budget time.
VA will formally pursue the same health records platform as the Pentagon.
The test director recommends delaying further fieldings.
Lawmakers also propose expanding Homeland Security's power to ban suspect tech from government networks.
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