But it’s not the only agency with more to spend on research.
The bill opens up who can sue websites for their users’ content.
One lawmaker proposed a commission to examine the emerging tech through a national security lens.
The tool can help the bureau tailor outreach efforts and find potential employees.
The agency also asked Congress make some changes to the original legislation to help speed up the process.
Even posting project solicitations in more popular places could help agencies find new partners solutions, tech experts said.
The five awards will support each pillar of the IT Modernization Centers of Excellence program.
If passed, the rules would require websites to disclose who paid for online political ads urging viewers to vote for or against a specific candidate.
AI isn’t always the right fix for every problem, experts warned.
Once deployed, the system would authorize drone flights in minutes instead of months.
The Homeland Security reauthorization bill advances but loses an amendment on election security.
About half of victims who ponied up the ransom never got their data back.
Shrinking budgets today may have costs down the line, lawmakers said.
Part of the problem is the type of contract the agency used to vet the temporary workers who handle the data, the inspector general found.
Wearables are great—but they can't get in the way when firefighters and paramedics do their jobs.
And one caucus is concerned about climate change data vanishing form federal websites.
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