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Government Can Tackle Ethics in Artificial Intelligence Better than Industry, Experts Say

The government can invest in some of the big picture problems in AI.

IG Begins Full Audit After FEMA CIO Allegedly Misleads Investigators

The Federal Emergency Management Agency isn’t fixing its outstanding IT management issues and the acting inspector general says he plans to find out why.

Army Lieutenant General Paul Nakasone

CYBERCOM Chief Nominee Plans Recommendation on NSA Split Within Three Months

Lt. Gen. Paul Nakasone has “no predisposed opinion” about the split, he told lawmakers.

OMB Names Who Will Divvy Up Modernization Funds

Here are the seven people who will evaluate agency proposals.

The outgoing U.S. Cyber Command leader Adm. Mike Rogers

CYBERCOM Leader Offers Advice for His Successor

U.S. Cyber Command's mission has already outgrown its capacity.

A central Illinois farmer deposits harvested corn outside a full grain elevator Virginia, Ill.

Here’s How Agriculture Plans to Overhaul Its Tech

The department will cut data centers down from 39 to two—and that’s just the start, according to CIO Gary Washington.

Federal Hiring Site Opts for More Secure Log-in

USAjobs is now integrated with, which adds extra layers of security.

Cooling towers at the Three Mile Island nuclear power plant in Middletown, Pa.

Nuclear Agency Wants Info on Securing Radioactive Waste from Cyberattacks

The National Nuclear Security Administration is looking for a woman-owned small business to prevent cyberattacks targeting nuclear materials, whether in a facility or in transit.

White House Opens Applications for Technology Modernization Fund

The White House on Tuesday published guidelines for federal agencies looking to bring their IT systems into the 21st century under new legislation.

Budget Cuts, White House Apathy Stifling Open Data Efforts

Tight budgets and staff cuts are hindering the accuracy and accessibility of federal open data initiatives, experts said.