The Paris Call for Trust and Security in Cyberspace has 51 nations’ signatures, but not that of the United States.
Several recent episodes show the government still has a way to go in whistleblower equity.
Down the end of a narrow, wooded road, on a sparsely populated peninsula, little-known feds help sharpen the tooth for U.S. warfighters
Smart phones keep getting significantly more expensive, but enough people feel, what choice do I have? We need them in order to communicate.
OTA isn’t new, weird or abused. But contractors, federal buyers and Congress need to keep it focused.
Dementia cases will triple in the coming decades. The expenses and social devastation will be hard to control.
Federal Drive host Tom Temin reminds everyone that artificial intelligence applications aren’t set-and-forget. They require constant tending and training.
A long running federal conference not only changes venues, it sports a whole new format.
CPB hasn’t rested on its laurels with Global Entry and trying to speed up Customs declarations and passport control.
Some federal employees regularly undertake hard work against dangerous people and organizations. Federal Drive host Tom Temin highlights the efforts of two such individuals.
The chaotic blob of Congress has become a little more open thanks to changes at the Congressional Research Service.
Online services are supposed to be uncomplicated. It’s the programmer’s job to mask complexity.
In the aftermath of last year’s hurricane triple-whammy, state government needs to realize they’re the first responders, not FEMA.
US strategy in its longest war is shifting. So how come no one in Congress is talking about it?