National AI Initiative Office launched by White House
The new office is expected to coordinate research and policymaking across government, industry and academia for years to come.
State Department site accidentally reports premature end to President Trump’s term
Tampering by a disgruntled employee is suspected. Others say it might've been a glitch.
‘It’s not going to be very hard to ID them’: Feds have tools to easily track down Capitol rioters
The mob that laid a deadly siege on the Capitol left broken doors and glass — and large digital footprints that federal agencies can use to track them down.
GSA Administrator Murphy asks for resignations of political appointees
During a virtual townhall, Emily Murphy asked for the resignation of all GSA Schedule C political appointees in response to the politically charged mob that attacked the U.S. Capitol.
2020 in review: AI and quantum see more White House attention
Concerns of being outcompeted by China saw the White House push for doubled funding and trustworthy principles.
More attention from Congress could lead to smoother EIS transition
Experts are hopeful Congress' recent interest in the EIS transition could give agencies a new urgency to move to the contract and reap the cost-savings benefits.