Shared funding. More digital services. More fluid workforce models.
In today's Federal Newscast: The FAA is conducting a pilot program that does not include a human pilot. The Defense Department wants to know what creates risk factors for military families. And a much-needed fix is coming to the SAM.gov platform.
The State Department's Bureau of Cyberspace and Digital Policy is on a mission to give diplomats across the world greater access to experts in emerging technology.
The Navy's expansion of unmanned systems follows experimentation work it's been conducting in the Middle East, where it's combined drones with sensors connected together in a resilient mesh network.
The Defense Department is looking at 2025 as a milestone to make better use of artificial intelligence.
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Intelligence agencies are increasingly turning to OTAs to acquire capabilities in areas like artificial intelligence.
A whole new world is coming to the federal government: a virtual world. Thanks to advancements in artificial intelligence, the internet of things, 5G, and more, augmented and virtual reality — commonly called "extended reality" (XR) — is transforming how agencies deliver services, train warfighters, conduct operations in the field, and operate remotely.
The Census Bureau is still assessing what it learned from a national count conducted during a pandemic. It's also looking ahead to how it can best operate as a statistical agency, perhaps the premier statistical agency, 25 years into the 21st century.
Thanks to last year's legislation to help the semiconductor industry, the National Science Foundation was given $9.9 billion in its record budget for fiscal 2023.
Jacqueline Tame, founder of PsiQuantum, and former acting deputy director at the Joint Artificial Intelligence Center (JAIC), joined Aileen Black on Leaders and Legends to discuss how leading with candor and authenticity can help create a positive and healthy workplace environment.
The past year has seen countless headlines about how tech and retail behemoths are making enormous investments in the metaverse.
The Conflict Observatory brings together teams and technology to track the conflict in Ukraine. The project sprung out of evidence-based policymaking efforts.
In today's Federal Newscast: The Transportation Security Administration’s use of facial recognition comes under congressional scrutiny. The Government Printing Office moves to adopt 19 suggestions to make federal information easier to access digitally. And the Pentagon releases a report on the quality of life for military families.