The latest “go-live” for MHS Genesis installations nearly doubled the system’s footprint in a single day. It stands at 42,000 active users.
A facial recognition showcase in September will give the Department of Homeland Security a peek into the private sector’s latest biotechnology innovations.
Recently, a cyber attacker attempted to add lethal amounts of lye to the water supply at a treatment plant in Tampa Bay. It was a warning shot across the bow of our nation’s preparedness and resolve.
Three of the Biden administration’s leading nominees for IT and cyber positions say they'll work from the same playbook to prevent and respond to cyber attacks.
David Koch, DLA’s research and development chief, points to the opportunity for AI and machine learning to help improve the agency’s demand-planning process.
Why are so many federal information technology acquisition programs late, over budget, and not always delivering results? A supply chain and operations researcher at the University of Minnesota may have an answer.
DoD conducted a 100-day review of its critical supply chains at the request of the White House.
Alex Welch, US Federal Lead, Gartner Consulting Data & Analytics Practice, joins host Roger Waldron on this week's Off the Shelf to discuss the increasing role artificial intelligence and data analytics are playing in decision-making.
In today's Federal Newscast, companies manufacturing electronics may opt out of working with the Defense Department because of the cost of the Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification program.
The Census Bureau's Paul Friday is a finalist in this year's Service to America Medals for his work helping the agency turn handwritten notes or forms into machine readable data.
The IRS obligates $2.5 billion a year in contract spending but one of the most common yet important questions in the contracting process is really hard to answer.
In its latest look at how the State Department manages itself, the Government Accountability Office found State has made a lot of progress. Federal Drive got the latest from GAO's Jason Bair.
The Air Force wants to save $1.4 billion by getting rid of obsolete weapons.
GAO’s chief scientist Tim Persons said the agency is building artificial intelligence and cloud services in its Innovation Lab to drive toward better analytics.