Artificial intelligence is foundational to the ongoing work of improving government data quality, federal CIO Suzette Kent said at an Oct. 24 technology conference.
As a well-engineered blueprint, NIST's privacy framework will provide voluntary guidelines for managing privacy risk, furthering protections and delivering practical tools that still allow for continued U.S. innovation.
Dan Chenok digs into government's history of IT-driven transformation.
The Office of American Innovation hosted some of the biggest names in U.S. tech to explore ways to inject government with tech expertise from the private sector through "tours of duty."
While the agency is facing multiple challenges to operations for the 2020 population count, officials said the use of tech to obtain responses from U.S. residents and carry out enumerations on the ground will pay dividends.
The Department of Justice charged a Russian national with overseeing financial operations for a multinational social media influence campaign tied to the Russian government.
When it comes to buying digital tools, too many agencies are hung up on what they believe is not allowed.
Freshman congressman Ro Khanna (D-Calif.) has already introduced a bill to give federal websites a facelift and has rolled out 10 principles on data privacy as the "Internet Bill of Rights."
Requesters tasked the U.S. with a record 1 million FOIA requests for fiscal year 2018, but while getting in the front door is easier than ever, getting responses is still a grind.
As bipartisan voting security legislation stalls, a bill to require paper ballots and post-election audits is gathering Democratic support in the Senate.
Agencies don't have to depend on the General Services Administration to design and launch their own internal Centers of Excellence-like programs to support modernization.
Deputy Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan implored all of DOD to "remove obstacles" from the path of Army's new modernization command, Futures Command.
Steve Kelman reports on what prompted Kelly O'Connor to take an rather unusual career turn.
DHS chief Kirstjen Nielsen said her agency, the intel community and states are taking steps to make sure they're working out of the same playbook for securing the November elections.
A new private-sector resource hub is hoping to reverse Congress' declining institutional knowledge of technology issues.
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Steve Kelman notes (happily) that federal workers are being viewed as real people, rather than part of the problem.
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Steve Kelman shares a compelling argument that agencies should skip the buzzwords and simply embrace the principles of better software development.
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