DARPA’s Biological Technologies Office
Why technology solutions alone don’t solve government’s modernization woes
People, process and acquisition approaches may be the biggest hurdles as agencies focus on modernizing their systems, expert cautions.
Why patch management now takes agencies 20 days instead of 149
CISA boosted efficiency with a binding operational directive, one of several guidances it's issued to improve cybersecurity risk postures governmentwide.
Accenture strategy director on how AI allows agencies to rethink service delivery
Accenture’s Ira Entis says artificial intelligence resets the boundaries of how technology impacts citizen’s interactions with government.
Applications open for second Federal Cyber Reskilling Academy cohort
Applications for the popular program are open now through May 15.
Chris Lynch departing Defense Digital Service
Lynch will be succeeded by Brett Goldstein, a Navy adviser whom acting Secretary of Defense Patrick Shanahan recruited to report directly to him.
NIST’s new public-safety tech challenge comes with $2.2 million in potential prizes
The challenge will include 10 in-person coding events in 10 cities across the country this fall.