Energy gets one step closer to a quantum leap

by Jackson Barnett • 8 months ago

The Department of Energy took another step in its push to expand quantum computing research through new research centers.

FEMA wants to award disaster grants faster under this $80M IT contract

by Dave Nyczepir • 10 months ago

Homeland Security also employed a new bid process to select the winner, an IT modernization firm.

Energy Department floats $40M to boost quantum computing research

by Dave Nyczepir • 10 months ago

Adaptable algorithms and programming languages are needed for numerous, early systems that have emerged.

GREAT Act gets another chance in 2019

by Carten Cordell • 1 year ago

The open data taxonomy bill is back after time ran out on it in the Senate in the 115th Congress.

GSA searching for governmentwide system for grant audits

by Carten Cordell • 1 year ago

The agency wants a shared services solution to analyze audit information and better inform how it assesses the risk of future grant awards.

Open source standard bill advances in House, but doesn’t ditch the DUNS

by Carten Cordell • 2 years ago

The House Oversight Committee voted to advance a bill for open source-tracking of grant data, but not without a tit-for-tat about its lasting impacts.

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