ACLU puts members of Congress in the facial recognition crosshairs
In a test, Amazon's Rekognition software falsely identified 28 sitting members of Congress as individuals who have been arrested, the civil liberties group says.
Facial recognition technology needs federal regulation, Microsoft says
In a blog post, company President Brad Smith wrote to express the company's support for "proactive" congressional oversight.
Obama acquisition chief: The future of procurement is all about the customer
Anne Rung says the user-focused design the government is pursuing in its procurement and citizen services takes a lot of lessons from the private sector.
GSA wants industry input on phase 2 of e-commerce portals
The agency issued two RFIs for its e-commerce portal plan Friday on how to regulate the sales of goods and services to federal agencies online.
GSA officials aim for flexible sweet spot in early e-commerce plan
GSA officials detailed prospective legislative changes needed to establish e-commerce portals in a conference call on Friday.
After protest, TRANSCOM will move classified data to AWS cloud
The contract stands to serve as a major foot in the door for AWS to prove its ability to host DOD's secret-level systems.