The Small Business Administration is using a commercial off the shelf software as a services platform to process applications for its loan forgiveness relief program.
User apps are a key for African American History and Culture museum's post COVID-19 exhibits, according to a top developer.
While threats to election infrastructure endure, experts are telling the public not to lose sight of the many security gains that have been put in place over the last four years.
Online influence operations are often easy and cheap to set up with open source tooling, according to new research from Cisco Talos.
Reimagining form-based data collection as a shared service could transform many agencies' operations.
The election community wants the EAC to speed up its process for approving new voting system standards. Public comments on draft requirements show there are still numerous unresolved conflicts to hash out.
Our election infrastructure is bending under the stress of multiple crises. Administrators say they are doing all they can to ensure it doesn't break.
As the dust settles and pandemic restrictions ease in the coming months, government agencies have a prime opportunity to shift from a state of reactivity to proactivity.
Gen. Nakasone's remarks come as a group of former senior officials seek funds to counter the "extraordinary challenges" posed by coronavirus pandemic and foreign interference to state and local election administrators.
After leading a rapid expansion of the General Services Administration's Centers of Excellence program, the agency's Technology Transformation Services director will leave for the private sector in a couple of weeks.
The House Intel Chair said the president's targeting of absentee ballots provides an anchor for foreign and domestic actors to amplify false narratives about the integrity of the 2020 election.
Technology groups urge Senate leaders to consider meaningful government IT modernization as a primary support mechanism for COVID response
The Oregon Democrat is demanding answers about the circumstances behind a series of abrupt firings at the non-profit Open Technology Fund carried out by a Trump administration official.
The Department of Housing and Urban Development is pushing ahead with modernization plans via the Centers of Excellence program housed at the General Services Administration.
Government agencies have also had to shift in significant ways to operate in this unique environment and interact with citizens differently.