MITRE fellowships offer feds new systems engineering skills
The federally funded R&D center has partnered with the University of Virginia for a yearlong professional development for federal employees to learn about systems engineering.
Defense Digital Service redesigns Army Cyber Command training
DDS cut down the training time for Army cyber operations specialists from six months to just 12 weeks in a new pilot.
The State Department wants to teach data literacy to diplomats
In December, the Foreign Service Institute's School of Applied Information Technology started a data science training course. Now they're looking to expand it.
Getting AI to ‘do more for less money’ will take up-front investment, experts tell lawmakers
It's not just about funding research and development, it's also about training the right people, witnesses told a House subcommittee.
Library of Congress doubles down on digital with the launch of ‘labs’ site
Labs is "a new online space that will host a changing selection of experiments."
NSF’s cybersecurity Scholarship-for-Service program would expand under Senate bill
Bipartisan legislation advancing in the Senate would expand a National Science Foundation scholarship program that funds cybersecurity education for students who commit to government service after they obtain their degree.