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FEMA Defends Actions Following Data Release Affecting 2.3 Million Disaster Victims The agency said there’s no indication that survivor ...
DHS Invests $5.9 Million into Cyber Training Tool for Energy Sector The project will expand a strategic decision-making and communication ...
Key Federal Agency Doesn’t Have the Staff to Oversee $35B in 2017 Hurricane Recovery Money Slow process has led to four states and ...
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Watchdog: Fuzzy Communication Is Hindering Effort to Standardize Agency Data Amid reorganization OMB lacks clarity on DATA Act, GAO finds.
The Planetary Frontier: Assessing Conditions for a Space Force U.S. provision of military space capabilities is at a critical juncture. ...
Contractors and Advocacy Groups Push Back on State Efforts to Mandate Surveillance Software State legislation pushed by one company to ...
HUD’s Inspection System Gets a Poor Grade in Congressional Watchdog’s Report The Government Accountability Office’s findings mirror those ...
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If Trump’s Border Wall Becomes Reality, Here’s How He Could Easily Get Private Land for It A law is supposed to protect property owners ...
Play of the Day: Checking in on the 2020 Democrats New candidates seemingly appear daily.
Trump and Republicans Seek to Turn the Tables in Post-Mueller Washington 7:30 PM ET New York Times Politics
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Analytics-Driven Security in Government – Breaking Down What You Need to Know Implementing a risk-based approach and adhering to compliance mandates from NIST are critical steps toward developing resilience in cybersecurity operations, based on sound cyber hygiene. Download this guide for key insights and best practices in analytics-driven security and compliance in government.
Election Security Tested We’ve learned a lot about election security in the two years following the 2016 presidential election, and most of it is not confidence-instilling. U.S. voting systems, like any other electronic systems, have vulnerabilities. The midterms brought only false alarms, but securing elections is a marathon, not a sprint. In this ebook, we look at the issues that need continued attention.
Accelerated AI: Best Practices for Implementing AI in Government Agencies Today’s advancements in artificial intelligence are well known. AI has begun to seep into our everyday activities from how we commute to how we shop to how we watch television. But for government, the evolution of AI and the potential it provides hasn’t yet come to fruition.
Government Data Detectives: How agency data shops are fighting fraud As federal agencies turned to data analytics, they've been able to break up high-dollar fraud rings in the mail, health care and even prisons. This special report examines how successful scam-busting shops tap tools and talent to save taxpayers' money.
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