GSA’s Centers of Excellence will soon depart ‘lighthouse’ agency USDA
The IT modernization partnership has been "a tremendous success," a USDA spokesperson said, and the agency itself will take it from here.
RPA is helping with FDA’s drug evaluation and research
The number of repetitive, manual tasks being performed by Food and Drug Administration employees with medical degrees is declining as they're automated.
Leaders want TIC 3.0 to serve as model for better policymaking
The latest Trusted Internet Connections document — the first in a dozen years — sets an example for how OMB can revamp policy to be more iterative and in rhythm with the evolution of technology.
Air Force’s shift to multi-domain operations depends on networks
The future of battle in multi-domain operations "will depend less on discrete warfighting platforms and more on the networks, data and IT infrastructure that binds them all together," acting Secretary Matt Donovan said.
DHS cloud migration faced initial training hurdle
The department is more concerned with security, network monitoring and application management than it is with which cloud it uses, said the Information Sharing & Services Office's executive director.
Constitution Annotated gets a new website from Library of Congress
The document is now available in searchable, HTML format.
HHS touts first recurrent neural network for making acquisition plans
The $175,000 network reads statements of work and creates market research reports for HHS officials and contractors alike.
Will Hurd wants a national AI strategy before he leaves office
An AI national strategy "is on my list for the next 14 months," the Texas Republican congressman says.
OMB issues finalized Trusted Internet Connections memo
It's the last of the major policy documents that Suzette Kent's office set out to update.
Why does blockchain make people so mad?
The technology is a poster child for hype, shiny object syndrome and government tech solutionism.