NASA is trying to figure out just how annoying drone noise is
The study found a "lack of parity" between how people respond to drone noise versus delivery truck noise.
18F is looking for crowdsourced penetration testing systems to hit login.gov
"The system is expected to be widely targeted by attackers," a GSA source sought notice says, and so 18F aims to identify pen-testers with proven ability.
FTC aide Neil Alan Chilson appointed as agency’s acting chief technologist
Chilson was most recently an attorney advisor to the FTC chair.
Federal CIOs weigh in on why tech talent should go government
There's impact, excitement and the opportunity to give back, leaders said Tuesday.
USDS continues progress under Trump administration
Major milestones this year include the launch of code.mil, the Pentagon's foray into open source, the launch of login.gov and Hack the Air Force, an Air Force-specific spinoff of Hack the Pentagon.
How CSRA sees the status of federal cloud adoption
Government adoption is in its "early innings," CSRA CTO Yogesh Khanna said Monday.