Automation hasn’t required high-end hardware in one NOAA office
A one-man show overseeing the agency's administrative local area network has automated basic IT processes on a tight budget.
Air Force’s Michael Kanaan on how containers and APIs drive innovation
Kanaan, co-chair for AI and machine learning says as air force adopts more microservices, it can nurture a business-to-developer community with its...
DHS is looking into using blockchain to track raw material imports
The proof of concept will aim to help DHS get more visibility into the import process of timber, diamonds and more.
Gov Actually Episode 34: The history and importance of whistleblowers
Gov Actually dives into whistleblowers, a concept that has blown up the news cycle in recent weeks, playing a central role in Democrats' campaign to...
Big believer in government open source? Help with an open task on code.gov
Why not "help an agency with a code problem that they're having and maybe pick up some new skills"?
More agencies need AI strategies, says Deloitte report
Government boasted the fewest "seasoned" adopters of AI among nine other industries, according to new Deloitte survey findings.
USASpending.gov data improving, but limitations remain, GAO says
USASpending.gov should do a better job disclosing known limitations to data in a transparent way to users, GAO found.
Rep. Connolly blames TMF stagnancy on Congress’ lack of tech knowledge
"You start talking about these issues and many of my colleagues... their eyes glaze over and they want to talk about anything else," said Rep. Gerry...