Rep. Will Hurd
One organization’s movement to get more techies in Congress
A Democratic, pro-science and technology political action committee wants to help elect more tech-savvy members of Congress who can keep up with emerging, complex tech topics.
What role should government play in setting a ‘vision’ for AI innovation?
The Trump administration doesn't want to regulate AI too tightly — so what should the government be doing?
Experts advise lawmakers on how to overcome AI’s ethical challenges
AI experts told lawmakers that the U.S. is in a leadership position to develop ethical norms for AI but can lose it if it doesn't act on it.
Can the MGT Act keep IT modernization on track in the age of perpetual CRs?
IT experts point to the MGT Act as a possible remedy when budget quarrels on Capitol Hill impact agencies.
Lawmakers might penalize agencies with CIOs who don’t report directly to the top
Rep. Will Hurd is looking for ways to penalize agencies that don't have the CIO reporting to the secretary or deputy secretary level.
Reduced request for airport scanners earns a broadside from Rep. McCaul
The top Republican on the House Homeland Security Committee took some shots at the Office of Management and Budget over the White House's funding proposal for airport screening technology.