Department of Energy (DOE)
Can blockchain help secure the power grid? DOE wants to think about it
The Department of Energy awarded Xage Security a grant to build a blockchain-based security “fabric” for comparison with other approaches.
DOE teams with industry on pipeline cybersecurity
Questions have been raised about TSA's process for updating pipeline security guidelines and whether it's even the right agency for the job.
CIO Max Everett leaving Energy for GOP convention role
Everett is going to spend the next year as the vice president of the Republican National Convention, which will be in Charlotte, N.C., in August 2020.
Evidence-based decision making: What DOE, USDA and others are learning
A new report stresses a top-down, bottom-up approach — as well as building capacity — as agencies grapple with new mandates for evidence-based policymaking.
Agencies cite data concerns in slowness to implement CDM
The departments of Energy and Health and Human Services want to take stock of the data they have to determine how best to safeguard the information.
Government not just looking to regulate AI, but use it too
Leaders at FedTalks made their message clear: The government will not only regulate AI but also deploy it at agencies.