Internal Revenue Service
House lawmakers propose $50M for Technology Modernization Fund in 2022
If the proposed legislation is enacted, TMF will receive just one-tenth of the funding requested last month by the White House.
ACLU wants Secret Service and Coast Guard records included in its phone tracking suit
The civil liberties group is seeking information on DHS agencies' warrantless use of cellphone location data.
Tests of wildfire-tracking AI are just months away, JAIC says
The goal is to produce hourly updates to crews instead of the daily wildfire maps that are the current standard.
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.
Taxpayer First Act reinstates streamlined IT hiring at the IRS
Streamlined Critical Pay gives the IRS the authority to quickly hire up to 40 people at a time, and pay higher base salaries to these hires.
Report: Benefits agencies, lacking guidance, slow to abandon traditional identity verification
The 2017 Equifax data breach has officials second-guessing the old method, but no federal recommendations exist ensuring alternatives are adopted.