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The Pentagon’s research in the biometrics field has led many to speculate that the purpose is to replace CAC with new technologies.Read more
Federal agencies testing the accuracy of facial recognition and biometrics see high rates with few flaws.
Technology executive Jeremy Grant gives his thoughts on the current state of biometrics and facial recognition technology.
Benji Hutchinson, vice president of federal operations at NEC, recently joined Federal News Network to discuss best practices for facial recognition implementation, as well as working through any challenges. Learn more on Federal Monthly Insights — Biometrics/Facial Recognition
Like many agencies, DHS is trying to recruit new tech talent. But the agency also wants to advance professional development opportunities for its existing IT specialists.
The $200 million in American Rescue Plan funds made the U.S. Digital Service less accountable and more dysfunctional; Congress should take back the money, overhaul the office and set it up for long term success.
Poor CX can have a negative impact on the government as well. Especially if citizens need to make repeated inquiries or complaints to resolve issues, leading to additional staff time and resources being required.
The Pentagon has cancelled its replacement for the Defense Travel System (DTS) after five years of development and tens of millions of dollars in spending. The system, MyTravel, will end in September, and employees will revert back to using DTS for the foreseeable future.
VA Chief of Staff Tanya Bradsher, President Joe Biden’s nominee to serve as deputy VA secretary, told the Senate VA Committee on Wednesday that the VA will only resume go-lives of the Oracle-Cerner EHR “when it is fully ready,” and shows improvement at the five VA sites already using it.
DHS is reshaping its approach to technology by focusing on more agile, iterative projects, and reducing its reliance on big system integrators.
It’s time to demand more of the technology government uses every day.
The Pentagon says the priorities for DEOS are to develop, deliver and maintain the classified DOD O365 platform, and continue ongoing sustainment of the unclassified joint environment.