AR and VR can transform government work beyond the pandemic — if done right
In an op-ed, ITIF's Ellysse Dick explains how AR and VR have the potential to transform the way the government works if done properly.
Americans don’t think government should restrict use of facial recognition tech, survey says
The results of a Center for Data Innovation survey suggest Americans are willing to trade any privacy concerns for public safety and conveniences like faster airport screening.
If open data sets aren’t being deleted, is government data still ‘endangered’?
"The good news is that it's not as bad as we feared," one panelist said at the Center for Data Innovation event.
White House missing opportunity to modernize federal websites, think tank says
ITIF thinks the Office of American Innovation should take a deeper look at .gov website performance and security as part of its modernization efforts.
Experts want clarity among potential IoT regulations
A new report from the Government Accountability Office that lays out the security risks, possible economic ramifications and other implications of IoT.
Executive branch websites slow to load? Legislative sites are slower, new data shows
Research out of the Information Technology and Innovation Foundation found that legislative branch websites performed worse overall than other federal websites on tests for things like accessibility and page load speed.