How one data-driven agency — the Census Bureau — found extra value in machine learning
The bureau is piloting ML that flags valuable information employees may not have even been searching for originally.
When is GOTS not in the national interest?
In this contributed op-ed, Palantir's Shyam Sankar argues that government-off-the-shelf technologies are not in the U.S.'s best interest.
Exit interview: Renee Wynn on her journey as NASA CIO and what’s next
In an exit interview with FedScoop, Renee Wynn recaps her time at NASA, and explains what's next for her and what she'll miss the most.
Overstock.com withdraws protest of GSA’s commercial e-marketplace solicitation
The agency was allowed to continue evaluating proposals but couldn't issue pilot awards while the protest was in effect.
Following redesign, GAO’s public website goes down
The site went offline at about 9:30 a.m. EST Monday.
TTS director shares plans to automate, improve FedRAMP
The Center for Cybersecurity Policy and Law released recommendations to streamline the program that Anil Cheriyan said is agency will consider.
Commerce CIO wants ‘a little more rigor’ in agency IT budgeting
Also: NewPay receiving $20 million would be nice, but only if other agencies have the resources to share the service, says the initiative's director.
Navy outlines a path to completely redesign its networks
The Navy CIO published a plan to modernize it's IT that the department hopes will help secure its weak cybersecurity.
Energy’s AI director reviewing 600-plus projects for technologies worth replicating
The Artificial Intelligence and Technology Office hopes to use its doubled budget to double in size in fiscal 2021.
Overstock.com protest could delay GSA commercial e-marketplace pilots until April or beyond
The internet retailer has taken issue with ambiguous terms that restrict competition, since the agency revised its solicitation in January.