As the Trump administration aims to drive efficiency and accuracy and eliminate "low-value work," agencies are starting to think about what aspects of their operations lend themselves to automation.
A plan to test an emergency alert system by hitting nearly every U.S. cell phone with a presidential message was delayed because the agency is focused on Hurricane Florence relief.
The U.S. Air Force is considering a rapid capabilities office to streamline cybersecurity acquisition.
The Census Bureau bumped its lifecycle cost estimate for the 2020 count up to $15.6 billion last year -- more than $3 billion more than initially projected. But the GAO is, again, taking issue with the reliability of the estimate.
The FAA completed the rollout of a nationwide real-time drone operations authorization system.
Concerns around the Defense Department’s management of services for the pending Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure bubble up as award protests mount.
As the Pentagon and Veterans Affairs work in parallel to implement the Cerner health record systems, Congress is worried about a single point of accountability.
As it responds to the potential devastation of Hurricane Florence, FEMA has set up a new web page to track and warn the public about unsubstantiated whisper campaigns related to relief efforts.
Army Futures Command hopes to streamline the acquisition process with its own innovation arm and a new CTO.
U.S. Cyber Command's contracting office is in its "infancy" with a handful of staff and is looking to expand while showing Congress it knows what it's doing.
Quantum computing could upend current cryptography standards, and experts are urging government to take an interest in the technology as it develops.
Federal employee unions weren't invited as private sector and federal HR leaders gathered in the Eisenhower Executive Office Building to talk about automation and retraining.
The House Homeland Security Committee is expected to advance a series of bills that will impact DHS operations and infrastructure.
There's momentum in the public and private sectors behind an idea to expand government's role in validating digital identities.
Congressional advocates for legislation on voting security said the Trump order was welcome but didn't go far enough.
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