Erik Rind, founder and CEO of ImagineBC, discusses how his company helps users keep control of their personal data and get paid for the things they provide.
The Department of Health and Human Services and the Defense Information Systems Agency are thinking beyond passwords when it comes to network security, and taking a step in identity management that has long been contemplated in government, but not actually implemented.
The Department of Health and Human Services already uses blockchain in its acquisition shop to buy bulk items more cheaply, but now the Food and Drug Administration sees it as a tool to manage threats to the global food supply chain.
Government innovation happens. But do people like it when it does?
Brian Park, managing partner at SparkLabs Cyber+Blockchain, discusses how his accelerator’s initiatives in new and expanding technologies are pushing innovation while still creating profit.
In today’s Federal Newscast, more time has been given for companies to come up with new ideas for the security clearance process.
Join host Michael Keegan as he welcomes outgoing two-term Ohio Treasurer Josh Mandel to reflect on his public service career and his pursuit of innovative initiatives around financial transparency, leveraging technological advances such as cryptocurrency and blockchain, and enhancing how his office does business.
From IT modernization to AI and blockchain, Federal News Network offers its top ten technology stories from 2018.
The Department of Health and Human Services expects artificial intelligence will help ensure it’s paying the lowest price possible for bulk purchases of everyday items like copy paper and medical examination gloves.
Zulfikar Ramsan, chief technology officer at RSA Security joins host John Gilroy on this week’s Federal Tech Talk to discuss innovation concepts, handling large data sets, and artificial intelligence. October 9, 2018