U.S. Coast Guard
Coast Guard adding Wi-Fi to cutters, tablets to command posts
Last year, the Coast Guard declared a "tech revolution." A year later, it's working to pilot Wi-Fi connectivity on two cutters.
DHS wants help with automating electronic invoicing
The current products DHS uses don't meet all federal requirements for electronic submission and data management, namely using ML and AI to handle volume.
Coast Guard launches modernized EHR to link with DOD, VA
The Coast Guard has four pilot operations running at clinics in California, a major milestone for the service.
‘Longstanding’ legacy IT deficiencies persist at DHS
Three systems in particular, the youngest of which is 17 years old, could use improved oversight coupled with cloud migration and data center consolidation, according to a new report.
Coast Guard must improve lingering data-management issues, GAO says
The Coast Guard could be getting almost a billion more dollars than it requested to fix its IT issues.
DHS’s ability to counter drones is ‘limited’ because the office in charge didn’t request funding
Without money, the Office of Policy couldn't hire the subject matter experts it needed to create a realistic work plan and complete guidance for authorized agencies.