As public interest in government documents rises, DOJ’s Office of Information Policy is looking at artificial intelligence to help reduce additional burdens on FOIA staffs governmentwide.
NOAA’s broad spectrum of data formats across more than 90 business systems requires regular check on authorization and cyber health.
In today’s Federal Newscast, the personal information of hundreds of federal agents and police officers appears to have been stolen from websites affiliated with alumni of the FBI’s National Academy.
In today’s Federal Newscast, a version of the Federal Employee Paid Leave Act is introduced into the Senate.
Mark Groman, former senior White House advisor for privacy, tells CyberChat he believes incentives for data security have so far been wrong
Sound decision making, including federal, is supposed to take evidence based on data into account. The Data Coalition has a new CEO: Nick Hart
Andrea Norris, the chief information officer at the National Institutes of Health, said her agency is investing heavily in people, tools and cloud services to take more advantage of data.
The military press obtained what the Navy wanted to remain hidden. But should the big report, put together by a rear admiral, have been kept secret?
Improving cybersecurity across federal agencies requires staying on top of new and evolving threats. Now, the MITRE Corporation has a new public tool to further that mission.
Amid a push to make government data more accessible, the Treasury Department’s Bureau of the Fiscal Service is moving away from structured data silos in favor of an open “data lake” approach.
Roger Waldron examines GSA’s unique opportunity to leverage e-commerce to increase best value deliverables, foster economic growth and expand federal customers’ access to commercial solutions.
The OPEN Government Data Act requires agencies to appoint a chief data officer to help them develop a comprehensive data inventory the public can access.
The new law requires agencies to appoint a chief evaluation officer, whose job will involve asking key questions about the effectiveness of agency programs, and finding ways to measure their effectiveness.
The Data Act implementation is a work in progress for federal agencies, which have until 2022 to make spending data automatically available to anyone who wants to see it.