Federal agencies are embracing the idea of artificial intelligence, and in test cases, adopting machine learning has cut down on some of the tedious aspects of working with government data.
The intelligence community is doing what other organizations do when under siege — they burnish their image.
On this episode of Women of Washington, hosts Gigi Schumm and Aileen Black welcomed Teresa Smetzer, director of digital features and digital innovation at the Central Intelligence Agency.
John Sherman is moving from his role as the CIA’s deputy director of its open-source enterprise to be the new intelligence community CIO.
Lindy Kyzer, senior editor for ClearanceJobs.com, helps you get to the bottom of challenges you and others may have with regards to security clearances.
The federal government is headed toward an electronic records classification overload.
The Office of Management and Budget has issued its guidelines to federal agencies for 2019 budget submissions, telling them to get comfortable with lower civilian spending and workforce levels.
President Donald Trump's pick to run the Central Intelligence Agency's legal department earned bipartisan support on Wednesday after promising to address the cybersecurity concerns voiced by the intelligence community's leadership.
Gary Schmitt, director of the Marilyn Ware Center for Security Studies at the American Enterprise Institute, talked with Federal News Radio’s Jared Serbu on Federal Drive with Tom Temin about how a big information leak at the CIA is still possible in the post-Edward Snowden era.
In national security, the rotten apples have a lot more potential to do damage than they might in, say, Agriculture or Education.
In today's Top Federal Headlines, officials tell Reuters that companies working with the Central Intelligence Agency are checking records trying to find where massive leak came from.
Maybe President Trump should give his 30-day cybersecurity review a little more time now.
Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse (D-R.I.) raises questions about safeguards for congressional staffers against retaliatory criminal referrals initiated by the executive branch.
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