Herb Kelsey, the Project Fort Zero Team Leader at Dell Technologies, said agencies have the opportunity to focus on the policy and process side and not the technology piece of the zero trust architecture.
Starting with a journey map based on an HCD methodology is crucial. This approach can enable the data to be used for insights beyond individual medical treatment, including how a researcher may use this data to inform how it’s stored or what groups can access it.
Quantum technologies have the potential to revolutionize various fields, from communication and cryptography to material science, financial modeling, drug development, logistics, navigation and more. However, both the U.S. and China recognize the significance of quantum in enabling new military capabilities such as advanced sensing and imaging technologies, quantum radar, and quantum cyber-attacks.
The head of the IRS' cybersecurity operations says the Treasury agency is making progress on logging, multifactor authentication, and other aspects of "zero trust" security to help protect taxpayer data.
The Department of Veterans Affairs says its new Electronic Health Record (EHR) hasn't seen a total outage in more than six months.
Along with employee onboarding, effective training and development programs are needed to help employees improve their skills and keep a skilled staff. For example, AI-powered automation can make it easier to sign up for courses, keep track of when they are finished and make progress updates. These features make it easy for government HR departments to make the most of their training resources and keep track of employee growth.
The State Department tool cost about $400,000 to develop and is at least 97% as accurate as humans, according to an agency leader.
A cross-agency team focused on how the federal government can improve public-facing services online is looking at text messages as the new frontier for better customer experience.
By the end of fiscal 2024, all federal employees in “non-sensitive public trust positions” will be subject to more regular background checks.
The new center will focus on both setting security standards and ensuring U.S. advances in AI aren't stolen by foreign adversaries.
The Chips Act shoveled billions of taxpayer dollars to the microelectronics industry. One reason for making more circuits domestically is greater cybersecurity and supply assurance. Now a sort of overlooked piece of the electronics supply chain is gaining attention in Congress: The boards the chips are mounted on. For more, Federal Drive Host Tom Temin spoke with the Executive Director of the Printed Circuit Board Association of America, David Schild.
Launched Oct. 1, 2013, HealthCare.gov was the public-facing embodiment of what The New York Times called “the most expansive social legislation enacted in decades.” The online marketplace was intended to allow people to begin purchasing health insurance under the Affordable Care Act.
The Army's deputy chief of staff for intelligence says military leaders need to understand both the value of OSINT, as well as "how carefully it has to be managed and implemented."
The Copyright Office — a Congressional agency — is taking a bow for the success of its online recordation system. The system lets people submit, online, documents for copyright applications. How successful is it?