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Now that the Office of Management and Budget has updated federal IT policies, you might say federal CIOs charged with enacting those policies are "it." The updates emphasize artificial intelligence, data and data analytics, cloud (with "smart" now succeeding "first") and...

source: Federal Computer Week

When NASA sent the first humans to the moon 50 years ago this year, the development of computers was in a nascent stage. The Apollo 11 spacecraft touted one of its own on board: just over 70 pounds and 24 by 12.5 by 6 inches. Fifty...

source: Federal Times

The Department of Defense should investigate contractor ownership during fraud risk assessments to catch national security threats to IT systems, according to a new watchdog report. Shell companies the government mistakenly contracts...

source: FedScoop

Army Secretary Ryan McCarthy isn’t ready to invest in the hype around artificial intelligence just yet. Rather, he’s set the Army’s focus for the next two years on acquiring the cloud architecture that can serve...

source: FedScoop

The Trump administration has laid out a roadmap for artificial intelligence and predictive analytics in government. But in order to get those plans off the ground, agencies need to get a better handle on their data. The White...

source: Federal News Network

Agencies with collective bargaining agreements whose terms have expired or rolled over must now reopen and implement all provisions of the president’s workforce executive orders, the Office of Personnel Management said Monday. “All...

source: Federal News Network


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