The Department of Defense has launched Code.mil, an open source initiative linking software developers around the world with Federal employees. […]
Microsoft called for a Geneva Convention for cybersecurity, indicating that states need to agree on digital standards that protect the private sector and prevent major cyber incidents.[…]
Matt Cutts announced that he will replace Mikey Dickerson as the acting administrator of the United States Digital Service.[…]
The U.S. Labor Department filed a lawsuit seeking to ban Google from receiving any government contracts unless it turns over information on thousands of its employees.[…]
Google filed a patent application this month on new technology that would help driverless cars avoid emergency response vehicles.[…]
Secretary of Defense Ash Carter announced a significant expansion of the Pentagon’s Silicon Valley-based experimental technology unit, including dedicated funding pipelines, a new partnership leadership structure, and plans to stand up a second unit in Boston.