Planned experiments will test the emerging wireless technology, even as leaders fret publicly about supply-chain risks.
Amid reorganization OMB lacks clarity on DATA Act, GAO finds.
The agency said there’s no indication that survivor data has been misused.
State legislation pushed by one company to require contractors to install the software would compromise data privacy and carry steep costs for companies and governments, the groups argue.
The four-phase program is looking to test, fund and build federal employees’ ideas for using tech to improve their agencies.
The office lacks a formal process for revising data standards, and it doesn’t clearly tell agencies when changes are made, the Government Accountability Office found.
In an unprecedented era of winner-take-all urbanism, left-behind cities need federal help.
Here are the top digital customer service trends used by leading commercial brands that hold promise for government leaders in 2019.
Teaching AI to filter out banned content isn’t the solution advocates hoped for—or the one Silicon Valley promised.
Shanahan welcomes the investigation pushed by Democrats and transparency group.
Obama-era move toward pooled agency purchasing is updated to reduce duplication.