U.S. CTO nominee Kratsios: Workforce development ‘at the heart of everything we do’
The nominee said during a Senate confirmation hearing that he plans to continue his work promoting the U.S. as the world's leader in innovation.
White House seeks public help in developing quantum policy
A National Science and Technology Council subcommittee is seeking public input to help it develop policy for quantum computing.
Energy gets one step closer to a quantum leap
The Department of Energy took another step in its push to expand quantum computing research through new research centers.
DOD wants concepts for protecting IT against quantum computing
DISA plans to issue an OTA to "research, evaluate, test, and deliver a prototype utilizing cryptographic algorithms and solutions that would secure DoD IT systems against both quantum and classical computers."
Lawmakers question proposed budget cuts, layoffs at NIST
Also: an update on the institute's forthcoming Privacy Framework.
Energy Department floats $40M to boost quantum computing research
Adaptable algorithms and programming languages are needed for numerous, early systems that have emerged.