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The House Appropriations Committee is planning to give the IRS a topline budget next year in line with the Biden administration’s multi-year plan.
Jon Brown of Liveops says a healthy combination of people, processes and technology can help organizations meet not just the citizen service needs of today and tomorrow.
In today’s Federal Newscast, when it came to the SolarWinds cyber attack, the private sector was in no better shape than the government to stop or block the attack.
The Department of Homeland Security set out in 2016 to replace its facial and fingerprint recognition system. But little has gone right for the Homeland Advanced Recognition Technology program.
Some of the most popular agency websites aren’t well-suited for the disabled community, despite federal requirements for maintaining web accessibility standards.
Last year was a good one to be a federal contractor because of the pandemic and a few other things. Federal contract spending went up by double digits.
The Department of Homeland Security is facing two protests of its FirstSource III request for proposals after two companies questioned the requirements.
“Artificial intelligence,” “machine learning” and “robotic process automation” (RPA) get thrown around synonymously, but differentiating between them is important to understanding how best to use them.