Sean Frazier, federal CSO at Okta, discusses identity management, lifecycle management, and some of the challenges of identification for Robotic Process Automation.
The General Services Administration is keeping contractors on their toes with the release of three acquisition initiatives — Polaris, the new small business governmentwide contract, and two requests for information around emerging technology and professional services.
For John Beieler, the director of Science and Technology for the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, that means making sure agencies invest in S&T capabilities.
Federal News Network’s Tom Temin interviewed Elliot to better understand the impediments to taking AI to production levels, and the best practices for overcoming them.
Next time you walk to Canada, you'll encounter a little less border crossing friction. Customs and Border Protection has introduced its facial recognition comparison technology to ease the back and forth of pedestrians using the Peace Bridge.
The pandemic has inspired new uses for facial recognition software, but may require tweaking of algorithms.
The Pentagon needs to focus on software, culture and placing bets on nontraditional companies, experts say.
Kirke Everson, a principal and government intelligent automation leader at KPMG, said a lot of agencies are still in the early stages of applying intelligent automation to their business processes.
DARPA's vision of how Joint All-Domain Command and Control could work contrasts with DoD's current approach to systems-of-systems, which the agency views as more of a jigsaw puzzle than a mosaic.
A panel of federal experts offered opinions and insights about what IT and procurement topics that rose to the forefront in 2020 and impacted agencies and contractors alike.
A panel of federal experts offered opinions and insights about what IT and procurement topics will impact agencies and contractors alike over the next 12 months.
Interviews with technology executives from VA, NGA and DISA were the three most popular Ask the CIO interviews of 2020 proving the trend that automation, cyber and strategy continue to attract readers.
The $1.4 trillion omnibus spending package is packed with provisions that set spending and policy priorities for a variety of federal agencies in 2021.
In recent years, federal acquisition policy and practice has been a competition between two different priorities: Efficiency and innovation. Instead of balancing these priorities, innovation has taken the backseat.