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5G is about “the internet of everything,” according to Mitsuko Herrera, special assistant for Planning, Policy and Special Projects for Montgomery County, Maryland.
5G technology is popular on both sides of the political aisle but some security concerns remain, especially when it comes to the supply chain.
FCC Commissioner Brendon Carr said the FCC is establishing programs to add 20,000 people to the workforce implementing 5G nationwide.
The fifth generation of mobile technology, 5G, promises federal agencies faster speed for data transmissions, lower latency for better performance, and greater connectivity with more devices.
Lawmakers are skeptical about progress on multifactor authentication, endpoint detection and other capabilities mandated by the cybersecurity executive order.
Malicious actors have found that they can manipulate these digitized systems with the possibility of damaging water infrastructure or even changing the way it’s treated to introduce harmful chemicals.
The Senate could vote tomorrow on a $40 billion military aid package for Ukraine. It’s already passed the House. Whatever happens, it will require contracts and contractors.
Former officials call the Energy Department’s decision not to name a political appointee to lead its Office of Cybersecurity, Energy Security and Emergency Response (CESER) a mistake.
The 2023 proposal includes $12.1 billion additional dollars for pandemic preparedness, and an additional $5 billion to stand up the new Advanced Research Project Agency for Health (ARPA-H).
The new EHR has proven to be a heavy lift, especially when it comes to a realistic and enforceable schedule.
In today’s Federal Newscast, the Postal Service settles another lawsuit stemming from the 2020 presidential election.
Senators seek to establish National Guard for space missions, correcting what they see as a “mistake” in Space Force’s initial establishment.