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White House: If Unchecked, Big Data Could Lead to Discrimination

A new report warns that algorithms might inadvertently be biased against certain populations.

Box Rolls Out FedRAMP-Approved Government Offering

With that authority, Box for Government can now serve civilian agencies at the FedRAMP-moderate level.

A Los Angeles Police officer wears an on-body camera during a demonstration.

Justice is Crafting a Body Camera Catalog for Local Police Forces

Data protection and privacy controls are scattered throughout the seven-page list of characteristics that will be included in the guide.

VA Hires Part of 'Rescue Team' to Run

The new VA site is supposed to be a single sign-on portal hosting all online veteran services.

After ISIS, Americans Fear Cyberattacks Most

Nearly three in four people consider them a major threat to the U.S.

The Key to Using Terabytes of Data to Predict Soldier Suicide

Researchers analyzed 1.1 billion data points from 39 Army and Defense Department databases.

White House Envisions an Artificially Intelligent Government

A working group plans to convene next week to discuss AI pilots.

3 Steps for Resurrecting Your Useless Zombie Apps

Over time, many of those early agency apps became “zombies” skulking in the dark corners of the app stores, purposeless and all but dead

Twitter Tips from the Education Dept: Don't Try to be 'the Cool Mom'

FAFSA’s team is known for its social engagement and its ability to leverage prominent hashtags, like yesterday’s #Maythe4thbewithyou.