A cluster of coalitions has urged leading members of Congress to do something about federal hiring. Among them, the National Security Commission on Artificial Intelligence.
Federal Chief Information Officer said the next generation of the federal workforce should not only have the capability to work with emerging tech tools, but also be prepared for how AI “fundamentally changes the nature of work.”
DoD is trying to make its networks more conducive to Third Offset Strategy technologies with new guidance.
Lawmakers introduced five bills to ensure the readiness of the federal workforce in the face of the hiring freeze or potential furloughs.
Defense Deputy Secretary Bob Work, Chuck Rosenberg, the administrator of the Drug Enforcement Agency and Nick Rasmussen, the director of the National Counterterrorism Center, are among the current appointees who are staying in place to help ensure continuity of government.
Trump’s defense transition team adds its 10th member. The landing team is heavily stocked with former military and defense industry representatives.
President-elect Donald Trump’s organization will most likely meet with the Defense Department this week. That could have some implications for Defense Secretary Ash Carter’s legacy.
Defense test and evaluation gets some new suggestions from the Defense Business Board.
DoD’s Third Offset strategy started investing in new areas last year to give the U.S. a technological advantage.
Defense Secretary Ash Carter announced he is adding three members to the Defense Innovation Advisory Board. Two of them are technologists and Silicon Valley regulars.