House Veterans Affairs’ Committee
‘In-out-in’ model could be answer to defense workforce shortages, experts say
An "in-out-in" model could help train and retain a cyber and defense workforce, panelists at the Aspen Security Forum said.
Many workers at AI companies have reservations about law enforcement use, survey finds
Slightly more than half of the Microsoft, Google and Amazon employees said they "are willing to create AI software used by law enforcement."
Google is making a ‘mistake’ with its AI choices, former U.S. officials say
Ash Carter and Richard Clarke are echoing the concerns that have come from the White House and some of its allies in the tech sector.
CompTIA, White House promise 625,000 worker certifications by 2024
The trade association and the Trump administration say they want to improve the skills of hundreds of thousands of IT workers nationwide.
14 new security ‘deficiencies’ found in IRS information systems
GAO made 20 recommendations after its 2018 audit of IRS financial statements, bringing the total number of unaddressed recommendations across audits to 127.
Census Bureau should set performance goals for new training program, watchdog says
The new training is meant to "maximize trainee learning and on the job performance during the 2020 Census." But does it?