National Quantum Initiative bill is coming soon, House Science chairman says
Republican Rep. Lamar Smith wants to foster a collaborative framework for government, industry and academia to handle developments in quantum computing.
GSA, Energy want smart building solutions in new request
The agencies are looking for new emerging technology to help improve energy efficiencies in federal buildings.
Energy Department shopping for deputy CIO focused on enterprise IT, shared services
Currently, Bryan Long is serving in an acting capacity in the position, according to the department.
U.S. moves down a step in global supercomputing rankings
It's only the second time in the 24-year history of the TOP500 that the U.S. hasn't filled a top three spot.
Department of Energy’s push for exascale supercomputer begins with $258 million in grants
Advanced Micro Devices, Cray Inc., Hewlett Packard Enterprises, IBM, Intel and NVIDIA all won funding. The goal is to deliver one exascale-capable system by 2021.
5 things to know about ARPA-E
The multimillion-dollar agency has been targeted for closure by the Trump administration, but Congress seems inclined to keep it thriving.