The case for remote voting by Congress strengthens as more lawmakers quarantine
Independent resolutions in the House and Senate don't specify what technology might be used in each chamber, respectively.
Agencies ‘unprepared’ to protect Americans’ data, Senate investigation finds
A new Senate report draws on 10 years’ worth of inspector general reports at eight agencies, painting a picture of persistent neglect of standard network defense measures.
Military would emphasize recruitment for tech skills under Senate AI Caucus leaders’ bill
Sens. Martin Heinrich, D-N.M., and Rob Portman, R-Ohio, want the Pentagon to "promote and maintain digital engineering as a core competency of the Armed Forces."
Artificial Intelligence in Government Act is back, with ‘smart and effective’ use on senators’ minds
The bill is targeted specifically at getting agencies to use the technology and make the most of it for the public.
Senate’s new AI caucus will work toward ‘responsible policy’
The group will help connect members of Congress and their staff to AI experts from academia, the private sector and other areas of government.
Should DHS be hacked?
In this op-ed, HackerOne's Deborah Chang discusses the establishment of a bug bounty program and security vulnerability reporting process at DHS.