- NGA Director Eyes ‘Human-Machine’ Team to Meet Data Deluge The director of the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) said today that the agency is facing challenges when it comes to overload in data – a situation that he described as only the “tip of the iceberg” – and suggested that’s where artificial intelligence needs to come into play as a solution.
- OMB Guidance Mandates ‘.gov’ and ‘.mil’ Domains for all Agencies
- Feds Say ROI, CFOs, Human Capital Are Keys to IT Mod Funding
- NITRD Seeking Input on Cybersecurity R&D Plan
- Data Privacy, Pandemic Fraud, Telehealth Top SOTU Priorities
- Rep. McMorris Rodgers Prioritizing FCC Spectrum Auction Authority
- Federal Reserve Ruling Restricts Large Portion of Crypto Banking
- Survey: IT Pros Wary of ChatGPT ‘Malicious’ Use ChatGPT, the chatbot technology launched by OpenAI late last year to much fanfare for its ability to create highly realistic narratives, may also end up delivering advantages to hackers who need to upgrade their phishing email pitches, according to new research released by BlackBerry.
- VA Taps Alan Greilsamer to Serve as Deputy CIO, Account Manager for Health
- Alondra Nelson to Depart OSTP, Head Back to Academia
- Rep. Mace Named Chair of New House Oversight Cyber, IT Panel
- NSF Switching up CIO Office; Aronson Shifts to Principal Advisor
- GAO Hammers IRS on Legacy IT Planning, Cloud Steps The Government Accountability Office (GAO) is taking the Internal Revenue Service to task on a range of IT improvement fronts, including planning for how to get rid of legacy systems, and how to make sure the agency’s uptake of cloud-based systems meets Office of Management and Budget (OMB) policy objectives.
- GAO Prods State Dept. on Compliance Data for ITAR Defense Exports
- Pentagon, NTIA Launch 2023 5G Challenge
- FDIC Needs Better Cyber Gauge on Institutions, Watchdog Says
- ARPA-H Looking for $500M in Technical Support
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- OPM Looking Into Continuous Vetting for Fed Employees The Office of Personnel Management (OPM) is looking into tech-assisted continuous vetting for Federal employees, according to a proposed rule on “suitability and fitness vetting” that OPM published in the Federal Register.
- Reps. to Prioritize Modernization in FAA Reauthorization Bill
- OPM on Track to Approve Special Salary Rate for IT Specialists
- NSF Eyes $28M Funding for Open-Source Ecosystems
- Zscaler Exec Sees Big FedRAMP Potential After Bill Crosses Finish Line