The commissioner’s comments are the latest in a long line of concerns about the social media platform’s Chinese ties.
Panelists at the Imagine Nation ELC Conference noted that for some emerging technologies—like large-scale 3D printing and augmented reality—agencies may have to “start with smaller.”
The report found that 46% of respondents would be more likely to use digital technology to access government services if the technology was easier to use.
The Office of Personnel Management’s Inspector General asked industry to offer insights about a potential online search and retrieval service to help with its investigations.
Presidential Innovations Fellow Director Rebeca Lamadrid discussed the “stay flexible” mentality of the program and where it is heading for its next 10 years.
The agency’s inspector general found the Transaction Data Reporting program does not guarantee agencies are getting the lowest contract price alternative.
The agency plans to test the accuracy of tools like facial recognition software across different demographic groups.
According to the study, current tools focus on productivity, but there needs to be a transition for the government to also focus on collaboration.
The House lawmakers requested a briefing for a review and damage assessment.
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