Agency leadership say the tool is helping fight serious crime more quickly and accurately.
NCATS is preparing to roll out its latest plan to leverage emerging technologies, tackle translational barriers and encourage feedback from constituents.
The agency’s applications leader sees opportunity for emerging technology to improve development cycles and to bridge data across the enterprise.
Neuromorphic processing power will unlock new capabilities in pattern recognition and autonomous tasking.
The new office aims to bring private funding for critical technology in national security.
DOD is accelerating 5G adoption to create the smart base of the future.
The agency is working on multiple cloud initiatives to further push the agency's ambitious plan of creating a global cloud infrastructure.
President Biden’s 2021 executive order pushes agencies to improve customer experience.
Robust data portals are providing real-time intelligence to support informed decision-making and provide equitable services.
Partnerships and modern mitigation tools are key to securing critical infrastructure from cyberattacks.
Agencies are strategizing best practices for workforce and technology to help combat disparities in health care.
The House and Senate armed services committees approved versions that would impact defense network security, innovation and the workforce.
Emerging technologies are improving climate modeling, weather forecasting, and threat detection and incident response.
The agency sees data sharing and transparency helping hold airlines accountable for improved air travel experience.
NASA’s procurement chief highlights the agency’s new Innovation Acquisition Launchpad, addresses tech challenges and outlines top priorities for 2023.
ONC leaders unpack the new frameworks and data standards that are creating an interoperability floor across the health care landscape.
AI is critical piece of the future of mental health care, ultimately making mental health resources and tools more accessible for all.
Following the Public Health Emergency, fraud, waste, and abuse prevention continues to be a top priority for the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.
The agency is eying solutions for novel methods to improve patient health.