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Inside DHS’s complicated relationship with industry
A new report found divides between industry and agency officials on each's responsibility for pitfalls in acquisitions and the pursuit for innovation.
Mulvaney touts R&D increase, but some accounts would take cuts
The OMB director extolled proposed increases for research & development, but some agencies tasked with technology development are taking a hit.
With 5G coming to IoT, Zangardi says the future of cyberdefense is ‘originality’
As the magnitude of IoT devices increases, the DHS chief information officer said the key ingredient for future cyberdefense will be originality.
Reduced request for airport scanners earns a broadside from Rep. McCaul
The top Republican on the House Homeland Security Committee took some shots at the Office of Management and Budget over the White House's funding proposal for airport screening technology.
SBA innovation program hobbled by database errors, GAO says
The report found that the databases for two R&D programs frequently have inaccurate and inconsistent data on whether projects are meeting their goals.
DHS partnering with tech sector to tackle terrorist content
Deputy Secretary Elaine Duke says the agency is collaborating with tech companies to combat the content terrorist organizations use to recruit.