DOD experimenting with 5G tech to avoid interference with aviation equipment
While 5G networks are delayed due to fears of interference with aviation equipment, the DOD has been working on solutions.
Biden signs memorandum to improve cybersecurity across DOD, intelligence community
The memo specifies how the president's prior cybersecurity executive order applies to national security systems.
VA delays Ohio EHR implementation amid COVID-19 surge
The new electronic health records system is now expected to go live at the location on April 30.
Navy developing lasers to counter growing number of UAS in Middle East
The Navy's Fifth Fleet is using lasers and drones of its own to deter and stop an increase in adversarial robotic systems.
Highlighting the federal workforce; Implementing the CX EO across government
On the latest episode of The Daily Scoop Podcast, Jordan LaPier from the Partnership for Public Service on the importance of recognizing the federal workforce and former VA Executive Director Greg Giddens on how agency leaders should go about implementing the Biden Administration executive order on customer experience.
HHS launches AI website with 2022 priorities
The AI Community of Practice and AI Council will be active this year, and HHS will expand its Trustworthy AI Playbook and develop an AI Use Case Inventory.
New AFVentures director wants to ‘oil the machine’
Maj. Amanda Rebhi is the next director of Air Force innovation contracting vehicle AFVentures.
AFGE union files second labor relations charge against EEOC over telework policy
It follows an initial complaint brought by the union in late November.
Marines looking for new counter-drone tech
The corps is requesting information on drone interceptors to counter incoming drones, a tech-heavy problem for DOD.
Federal IT leaders discuss building a data driven government
In a FedScoop video interview series, IT leaders from across civilian and defense agencies discuss their organizations’ data strategies to improve mission outcomes.