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We all have an idea of what the men and women of Customs and Border Protection look like, defending America in uniform. Then, of course, there’s the protection that’s not so visible, in the cloud.Read more
When it comes to the cloud, state governments, like the one in Maryland, are combining commercial-cloud providers with their own data centers for mission delivery, backup and recovery.
The United States Agency for International Development has more than 80 overseas mission locations, and nearly all of its storage is in the cloud.
As federal agencies mature in the way they use commercial cloud computing services, among the discoveries are new ways of going hybrid, or using government-owned data centers in conjunction with cloud services. Among these discoveries,…
In today’s Federal Newscast: A new House subcommittee chairman pledges to conduct rigorous oversight of CISA. All 44 Army installations institute the military housing Tenant Bill of Rights. And the White House is putting up $250 million to help make federal buildings more climate friendly.
As space fills its ranks with cyber and satellite specialists, it has to build out its training abilities.
Banned on federal devices, is TikTok even safe to use on personal devices of federal employees?
CISA is working to identify a subset of critical infrastructure that underpin the economy, national security and public health and safety.
In today’s Federal Newscast: Raising duplication issues, lawmakers takes aim at changing how agencies buy software. Firms that get CHIPS Act money might need to avoid expanding their operations to places like China and Russia. And senators are trying again to create a reserve force of civilian cyber workers.
In part 1 of this commentary, Prachi Sukhatankar discusses the need for federal agencies to build a climate intelligence foundation, along with the benefits and challenges of such an undertaking.
A new project has NASA and DARPA seeing how effective nuclear power could be in space.
Steve Bowsher, president of In-Q-Tel joins host Aileen Black on this week’s Leaders and Legends to discuss the leadership traits of a successful tech founder.