China leads a pack of threats to the United States, they tell lawmakers.
Agencies involved in response also issued advisories on the hackers’ tactics while Microsoft offered federal customers free trials of an auditing tool.
And DOD’s deputy chief information officer said DISA’s on-premise cloud contract is part of a group of offerings filling the JEDI void.
Senior leaders have a responsibility to foster trust and cohesion among staff. That requires a deliberate approach.
The legislation calls for a five-year pilot program aimed at removing carbon from the atmosphere.
The proposal would establish an interagency group to categorize data, then develop a list of countries banned from importing individuals’ data that could threaten national …
The networking site is adding titles so people can denote caregiving responsibilities. Experts say employers should consider these skills when recruiting.
The move to a virtual workforce has been a boon to industrious hackers.
The organizations called facial recognition “inherently discriminatory and dangerous.”
Almost 10% of the president’s total public speeches are excluded from the official record.
The official urged continued patching of on-premises Microsoft Exchange servers.
Instead, Gen. Paul Nakasone and other intelligence community leaders want better public-private partnerships to address “blind spots” in the cyber realm.
Interested candidates have until later this month to apply.
Lawmakers want to know which projects will get prioritized and which will be recused from repaying the fund.
Women are more likely to have experienced psychological consequences from the public health crisis. The health care system may not be equipped to respond.
An official detailed what’ll be the in-the-making machine’s various purposes.
Migrating big systems can be a huge project. But technologies are standing by to help you achieve it.
The CDC has finally said what scientists have been screaming for months: The coronavirus is overwhelmingly spread through the air, not via surfaces.
The announcement came during a Senate Appropriations subcommittee hearing highlighting Defense budget tensions.
Charles Rettig told senators the agency needs increased resources to address aging tech systems and years of personnel cuts.
Their request comes as technology companies endure a global chip shortage.
Four of the 95 vulnerabilities Microsoft released as part of its monthly “patch Tuesday” were identified by the National Security Agency.
Making some changes to how the federal government buys cyber tools is one of the things the new Homeland Security secretary has mentioned.
Officials hope an updated list of skills required for jobs throughout the federal government will better inform federal personnel policy.
Even before the pandemic, there were people asking whether office life jibed with their aspirations.
Chad Wolf said the information was all unclassified but the compromise was still disturbing.
Experts weigh in on the administration’s discretionary proposal.
But it’s important to remember that the citizen experience is about more than just the latest technology tools.
Phosphorus Cybersecurity will work with engineers at Joint Base San Antonio to secure devices operating on 5G networks.
This is important for more than just planning routes.
The administration also announced nominees for other Homeland Security Department leaders.
The agency works on the most advanced tech research on the planet, often with critical national security implications.
The 1.5 trillion budget would give the Technology Modernization Fund and CISA big increases as well as launch new advanced research projects agencies.
The projects address economic, health and safety risks caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
A majority of respondents said they sacrificed security of IoT devices to respond to COVID-19 policies and for expedience generally.
Chief data officers will be making quick decisions that have far-reaching implications for their organizations.
Whether you’re the boss or on your way up the ladder, “this is a tool to be more effective at work,” researchers say.
Physical and emotional strains associated with unhealthy eating were related to changes in how people behaved at work throughout the day.
The nascent app aims to generate options, recommendations, and mission orders.
Contracting officials released a new clarification document as the department continues preliminary work on a broad cloud management contract.
The new Entity List inclusions are reportedly due, in part, to use of products in China’s military pursuits.
The administration wants to make sure the private sector has the ability to weigh in on procurement standards in an impending executive order.
The service wants off-the-shelf forecasting tools that could be part of a broader health-monitoring system.
Researchers found consistent evidence to show that income reliably predicted greater positive self-regard emotions and lower negative self-regard emotions.
Responses to a new RFI are due later this month.
Giving AIs adaptability is important for futuristic systems.
The federal government is looking to partner with state and local governments to grow its Login.gov service, which it says is secure and user friendly.
Gina Raimondo said President Biden’s $2 trillion infrastructure proposal will be key in out-competing China.
It’s an early step in the agency’s broader path toward modernization.
The two contracts will support Army DEVCOM’s Aviation and Missile Center Software, Simulation, Systems Engineering and Integration Directorate.
Former officials agree someone needs to coordinate the work of various government entities but weighed pros and cons to the position being located within the …
Department still has a long way to go to meet its vaccination goals.
Scientists began to realize they needed to do better at explaining their findings in the 1990s after some groups rejected findings about climate change.
Just being able to successfully hover off the ground will be a huge victory for the Ingenuity helicopter.
Robin Carnahan also has previous leadership experience at the agency.
The fact that many adults are still refusing the vaccine makes immunizing children even more important.
Once the organization gains non-profit status from the IRS, the board’s chairman sees new funding opportunities opening up that he says could benefit industry.
The agency provided updates on milestones met—and a glimpse at what’s to come.
Sens. Gary Peters and Rob Portman also request more information on key defensive programs and federal cyber leadership.
The contract is Palantir’s first at the National Nuclear Security Administration.
One of the four central financial service providers wants to use more robotic process automation in its data centers but needs to be able to …
The U.S.‘s own mining and recycling of these minerals is still small.
After a year of waves and surges, the pandemic is entering a “tornado” phase in America.
The Defense Cyber Crime Center launched a pilot with “a few dozen” companies participating.
The strategic plan will be core to the agency’s modernization efforts.
A Defense Department Inspector General report surveyed more than 56,000 employees about telework during the pandemic.
Forthcoming solicitations will center on digitizing paper and poor-quality documents, high-speed scanning and automation tools.
Agencies must acknowledge this threat and take steps to prepare, defend and remediate.
Travelers should continue to wear a mask and maintain social distance.
More than 3,400 IRS employees have tested positive for COVID-19.
The department continues to struggle with many of the issues the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency identified after widespread intrusions into the public and private …
When only one parent worked remotely and the other worked out of the home, the gender disparity in domestic labor was far more evident.
A new deep-dive study and public website would stem from the efforts.
The proposed system uses a reliable form of facial biometric identification but would need to control for variables like weather and low light.
The risks aren’t well understood by researchers, in part because of local and state control of electrical utilities.
The government intends to issue multiple basic ordering agreements over a five-year performance period, according to solicitation documents.
The Accreditation Body in charge of the department’s developing certification program also has a notable new leader as others take their leave.
As experts unleash efforts to attract the future workforce, they are also being deliberate about ensuring the budding field is inclusive from the start.
Switching to Zoom forever might be convenient, but it’s a recipe for loneliness.