Bad actors could use 2016 election interference tactics to suppress response rates in the 2020 count, said Deputy Director Ron Jarmin.
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That includes three governmentwide contracts operated by another Health and Human Services office.
Rebooting the government after a shutdown is not an immediate process and contractors are waiting for invoices to be paid.
Federal and local law enforcement are combining efforts—and technology assets—to secure the biggest sport event of the year.
But that doesn’t mean there won’t be long-term consequences.
Some agencies saw double-digit growth in pursuit of modern systems.
Cybersecurity legislation won’t get anywhere if too many groups are weighing in, said Rep. Jim Langevin.
Top U.S. intelligence officials had a lot to say about tech at the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence hearing.
And that was from before the partial shutdown.
And the more they lean in, the more benefits they’ll see, government data experts said.