Government Accountability Office
Now’s the time to think about the workforce impacts of automated trucking, GAO says
The departments of Transportation and Labor have an opportunity to shape the future — if they act now.
For government to capitalize on its data, officials say it should be user-friendly
Recent laws have strengthened the government’s data transparency, but the true utility of agencies' information lies in its ability to be shared, officials said.
DOD must do better in tracking true costs of software sustainment, GAO says
DOD "may not know the full costs" of weapons systems software sustainment and needs to shore up how it acquires that information, the watchdog agency says.
Perspecta protests NASA’s $2.9B IT award
The provider for NASA’s expiring IT services contract has protested the $2.9 billion deal seeking to replace it.
GAO creates new team to ‘enhance and expand’ science and technology work
The Science, Technology Assessment and Analytics team is a "more prominent" home for the congressional agency's federal tech audits and assessments.
Keep calm, workforce: There are still too many AI unknowns, experts say
AI is still too large a mystery to make any bets on what role it will play and how big its effects will be.