Federal agencies are updating their infrastructures with the goal to better support improved operational efficiency, user productivity and digital services deployed to the public.
In today’s Federal Newscast, Veterans Affairs officials tell Congress they’re in the process of securing enough materials to test agency employees.
The new technology could be 50 times more energy efficient.
The military will try everything from ship-wide connectivity to augmented reality support in its newest 5G push.
Officials said Friday that DoD’s newest combatant command will stay at its temporary home in Colorado Springs for the next six years; it’s expected to take about that long for a new basing decision to be made and new facilities to be built.
Susan Diegelman, director of public affairs, AT&T, discusses 5G and what it means for consumers.
DoD’s latest request for prototypes looks for technologies that can share critical mid-band spectrum between 5G networks and existing military radar systems.
To help figure it out, last year the Pentagon began funding a research group called the National Spectrum Consortium.
The U.S. Navy wants to create a naval community college to provide associate’s degrees to tens of thousands of young sailors and Marines at no cost to them.
The advanced research arm of the intelligence community will ask the public for help identifying deepfakes.