AI experts slam proposed use of ‘extreme vetting’ algorithms
Automation could easily be used to "arbitrarily flag groups of immigrants under a veneer of objectivity," a group of 54 computer scientists says.
How the Air Force’s new technology accelerator grew out of a simple school project
Plus, one cofounder's thoughts on what this says about the future of innovation in government.
Lawmakers want to know how agencies can replicate USAID’s FITARA success
Rep. Gerry Connolly wants the development agency to show others that FITARA compliance is "doable and replicable."
Some agencies slip in otherwise stagnant FITARA scorecard
Fourteen of the 25 agencies graded have neither improved nor deteriorated since the last scorecard was released in June.
DevOps will make the government more efficient. But what actually is it?
A panel at Red Hat's 2017 Government Symposium offered some insights.
Future DATA Act data submissions could be more complete, GAO says
The watchdog inspected the "timeliness, completeness, accuracy, and quality" of the data agencies have submitted in the second quarter of fiscal year 2017.