July 30, 2015
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Results of the Biometric Exit Mobile Air Test could form the basis of a new DHS entry-exit system.
The draft bill, which legislators hope will bring multinational business back to the U.S., was released Wednesday.
Despite progress, the House Oversight committee wants to see the process behind implementing the DATA Act improved.
ACT-IAC is collecting solutions to some of the biggest challenges in cybersecurity to report to the CIO Council.
By Greg Otto
By Dan Verton
July 29, 2015
The 10-year, $5 billion deal marks the beginning of a major transformation in military health care.
The Department of Health and Human Services is looking for a deputy to assist Chief Information Officer Frank Baitman.
President Barack Obama issued an executive order Wednesday creating a initiative that calls for a number of agencies to speed up devlopment of exascale compuiting.
By Corinne Lestch
The State Department program, started in 2011, introduces nearly 30 teenage girls from the Middle East to Java programming and advanced computer coding.
By Grayson Ullman
Tech leaders from around the world have co-signed an open letter to regulatory bodies calling for a ban on autonomous weapons.
House of Representatives
By Billy Mitchell
Privacy and security typically drive the conversation when Congress convenes on Internet of Things regulation, but Tuesday several House lawmakers brought up a different concern: What about the spectrum needed to connect all those devices?
Windows 10 launches today for consumers, but it will be a while before we see an enterprise version. That doesn't mean we can't talk about its features.
Workforce & Leadership
By Richard A. Russell
Commentary: A former intelligence officer argues for bolder leadership, and suggests the steps he’d take in response to massive theft of federal employee data.
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Inside Scoop gets you closer to the real story behind the headlines.
By Whitney Blair Wyckoff
The nonprofit Bipartisan Policy Center in Washington offers recommendations for how federal agencies and Congress can promote innovation.
The DOD will renew its contract with the Software Engineering Institute for an additional five years, with the option of extending to 10.
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