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Semiconductor chips have gotten all of the attention and a $50 billion subsidy from the government. But without the more prosaic Printed Circuit Boards (PCBs) underneath them, chips don't do anything. PCB manufacturing has mostly moved offshore, leading to a pending bill to help the industry, as the nation focuses on the supply chain.
Across the U.S. government, for nearly every agency, digital transformation is a top priority. Both defense and civilian agencies are heavily focused on initiatives designed to streamline complex internal processes, enhance mission-critical applications and better serve citizens.
The past year has seen countless headlines about how tech and retail behemoths are making enormous investments in the metaverse.
The Department of the Navy pushed out Tom Sasala, the department’s highly-respected CDO since October 2019, leaving it without defined leadership and potentially overwhelming its data organization.
Mapping tools that help users visualize complex data are at the center of the Biden administration's "Justice40" efforts.
In the Association for Federal Enterprise Risk Management Enterprise Risk Management’s (AFERM) 8th annual survey of federal officials found a strong majority say ERM programs encompass a holistic view of mission and mission support functions.
DARPA looks to three companies to help build a quantum computer that works for the Defense Department.
The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) is constantly generating new screening requirements, equipment that can sense or detect something and sound an alarm if need be. It falls to the Homeland Security Department's Transportation Security Laboratory (TSL), operated by the Science and Technology Directorate, to work with TSA and potential vendors to evaluate-and-test a particular technology.
Luggage and passenger screening is a complicated applied science. An idea has to be verified before it can be built into prototype equipment for testing and eventual production.
In a plain-looking warehouse at the out-of-the-way Atlantic City Airport, you'll find one of the nation's most important research labs.
The White House is calling on CDOs to take on governmentwide projects that will advance the Biden administration's executive orders on government outreach to underserved communities and improving customer experience across government.
The Conflict Observatory brings together teams and technology to track the conflict in Ukraine. The project sprung out of evidence-based policymaking efforts.
As agencies continue to implement the customer experience executive order, they will increasingly need to modernize legacy systems so they are flexible enough to meet changing user needs.
The Office of Personnel Management HR Quality Service Management Office is asking for vendors and agency to give feedback on the HR Federal Integrated Business Framework.
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