USPS considering 30 edge AI applications to automate mail processing
The new capabilities would boost the new Edge Computing Infrastructure Program's ability to process mail.
New report: Align open data, open source and cloud policies for maximum value
A new report from the IBM Center for the Business of Government in collaboration with the Center for Open Data Enterprise analyzes “open” government policies and shows how they can be made more effective.
Lawmakers request overdue 21st Century IDEA guidance for agencies
The Office of Management and Budget has 45 days to tell agencies how to accelerate use of electronic signatures, modernize their websites and digitize forms.
The federal government gets a central AI website in AI.gov
The website is part of the government's push to increase transparency around every agencies' work with cognitive technologies and develop trustworthy AI, where people believe in the reliability of the algorithms involved.
CISA has a better understanding of critical software post-SolarWinds hack
The National Risk Management Center spent the last four months determining the risks such software poses to national critical functions and developing tools to mitigate the threat.
Federal CDO Council preparing 10 data science training program use cases
The use cases are intended to help other agencies bolster their data workforces.
Former GSA CIO: It’s time for a federal ‘Agile First’ strategy
Agile methodologies should not only be used in software development but information technology procurement, finance, budgeting and hiring, according to Case Coleman.
Agencies moving away from VPNs as they implement TIC 3.0
TIC 3.0 lets agencies plan remote user access while shrinking trust zones around high-value assets to reduce their attack surface.
DHS launching a CDO office and CMMC-like risk management program
The CDO is organizing work around eight priority data domains, and the department is looking to pilot a CMMC approach with its vendors.