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Transportation CIO Says She Doesn’t Want Any More Money

Vicki Hildebrand said she can find funding within the department and doesn’t plan to tap the Technology Modernization Fund anytime soon.

VA Dems Demand Answers on Electronic Health Records Delay

A $16 billion contract to modernize health records has been in limbo during turmoil at the agency.

The Aquanaut unmanned underwater vehicle, from Houston Mechatronics revealed on Tuesday, May 1, 2018.

The U.S. Military Wants Giant Transformer Robot Subs

The future of countermine operations could look like a big bug that can swim for hundreds of kilometers.

One Cybersecurity Metric To Dwell On

If Commerce Department acting CIO Rod Turk had to pick just one cybersecurity metric to measure, this would be it.

Centers of Excellence Are A 'Cultural Intervention' For USDA, Says CIO

The department shows a renewed energy and shift in strategic thinking even in the first phase of the program, Agriculture CIO Gary Washington said.

Tech Firms Ask Congress to Intervene on Pentagon JEDI Contract

A group representing 80 technology companies is asking Congress to make sure the cloud procurement is a transparent process.

DHS Startup Accelerator Awards Its First Final-Phase Contract

The department’s Silicon Valley Innovation Program is funding a system to protect video surveillance systems.

Energy Wants Electric Cars to Charge in 15 Minutes or Less

The department awarded $19 million to 12 different projects focused on faster battery charging.

Burning Man participants walk on the playa at the Black Rock Desert near Gerlach, Nev.

Interior Wants Wi-Fi for Burning Man

Even temporary cities/arts festivals need networks for government and law enforcement operations.

Rep. C.A. Dutch Ruppersberger, D-Md.

House Appropriations Panel Should Step Up Cyber Oversight, Member Urges

The panel should hold its first cyber-specific budget hearing this year, Rep. Dutch Ruppersberger says.