Request for border volunteers won’t have operational impact on CISA, director says
The Department of Homeland Security's cybersecurity agency has been asked to help send personnel to the U.S.-Mexico border.
Senators introduce bipartisan national AI strategy
The Artificial Intelligence Initiative Act would invest $2.2 billion over five years and charge several agencies with focusing on the technology.
White House updates identity, credential and access management policy
The Trump administration is revising how agencies should conduct identity proofing, establish digital identities and adopt processes for authentication and access control.
The Air Force isn’t shying away from bad data
Taking the bad data with the good makes it easier to decide what to run machine-learning analysis on, according to CTO Frank Konieczny.
Lawmakers to Weichert: Are we sure OPM reorganization will fix agency IT problems?
Members of the House Oversight and Reform Committee want more information from acting director Margaret Weichert and the White House in general.
Pentagon aims to expedite security clearance process with $75M award
Perspecta Enterprise Solutions will create a scalable security enterprise architecture and data services prototype for the National Background Investigation Service.
Introducing FedScoop’s ‘Let’s Talk About IT’ podcast
FedScoop's new podcast delves into the people and the process behind the technology — things like policy, risk management, culture, workforce and more.
Air Force partners with MIT to launch AI accelerator
It's the latest thread in the Department of Defense's growing interest in artificial intelligence.
VA adds customer experience as one of its ‘core values’
CX has been a priority for the department's digital services team, but now it's officially on the books as part of the VA's core "Values and Characteristics."
HUD wants some help in creating its Office of the Chief Data Officer
The OPEN Government Data Act requires that federal agencies designate a nonpolitical CDO.