DoD will be able to test new AI technologies in an isolated area.
Yung Huh Wong, a research analyst at the Rand Corporation, joins host Derrick Dortch on this week's Fed Access to talk about the impact of an increasing reliance on artificial intelligence and autonomous unmanned systems to settle military conflicts.
In today's Federal Newscast, agencies receive new ways to protect their data on contractor or non-federal systems.
The leader of the Defense Department’s hub for integrating artificial intelligence into operations and functional purposes of the military will retire this summer.
In today's Federal Newscast, Senator Joni Ernst (R-Iowa) introduced the Bogus Bonus Ban Act to try to rein in excessive spending on unwarranted bonuses to contractors who fail to meet certain standards on federal projects.
DoD is getting serious about AI, but its organizational structure isn't helping the effort.
The IC is adapting how it operates to catch up with an ever changing world that has made the hiring and retaining of talent increasingly difficult.
In today's Federal Newscast, the Veterans Benefits Administration, under pressure, reverses an Obama-era policy that resulted in Privacy Act violations.
The role of behavioral health technicians in the military dates back to World War II.
The background checking process for security clearance is becoming a continuous thing, with ongoing monitoring of databases for clues to changes in cleared peoples' situations.
The Defense Department is considering changing manpower policies to lure more reserve recruits and retain the ones it has.
The idea is to constantly check on cleared people by automated means, rather than do periodic re-investigations.
The RAND Corporation estimated government could save as much as $27.8 billion over 25 years by enrolling more security clearances into a sophisticated continuous evaluation program.
How many people have tried to convince you they know what the future holds? One former DHS under secretary thinks he has an idea.