One thing the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) never stops tinkering with is passenger screening, both techniques and supporting technology. Screening is light years from what it was in the days right after an earlier 9/11. Now it has published what it calls an open architecture roadmap, aimed at improving screening performance. For details on the roadmap and its goals, Federal Drive Host Tom Temin spoke with Erick Rekstad, SA Systems Engineer.
Lt. Gen. Robert Skinner, DISA’s director and commander of the Joint Force Headquarters-Department of Defense Information Network (JTF-DoDIN), said the agency is undertaking three separate tests of tools to better protect internet boundaries.
The Department of Veterans Affairs discovered technical problems that may have delayed disability claims for tens of thousands of veterans.
The new system, nearly a decade in the making, is crucial to agencies managing an ever-growing store of digital records.
The Food and Drug Administration is looking to reach better customer experience by focusing on employee satisfaction and more consistent feedback loops.
U.S. Pacific Command’s new directorate will team up with DIU to advance some of its vital technology-driven initiatives.
After releasing a new data strategy in May, the Office of Personnel Management is looking for innovative agency ideas to take to scale.
Should the United States need to project kinetic power far away, the decisive factor would be logistics. Yet, according to a detailed study by Brookings, the military has neglected logistics in recent years.
Increased security needs and the COVID-19 pandemic have transformed how humans get from point A to point B. This is especially true in regards to air travel, an industry in which the federal government is increasingly implementing digital identity solutions designed to elevate traveler experiences.
After almost five years, the Office of Management and Budget is close to issuing new guidance for how agencies should implement the 21st Century IDEA Act, while the transition to EIS will take longer for eight agencies.
In this webinar, we will delve into the complex challenges inherent in the intelligence mission and the evolving landscape of a digitally savvy world.
In pilot projects, relatively-straightforward software changes have let Navy computers boot as much as 18 times faster than they did before. Officials say they want to deploy what they've learned as quickly as possible, but some changes will take time.
Colby Proffitt, a cybersecurity strategist at Shift5, explains why observability is so important to improving the security and modernizing operational technology.
Government agencies are increasingly turning to Centers of Excellence (CoE) to deploy intelligent automation in an effort to enhance core internal processes and drive operational and workforce efficiency gains.