The VA's embedded digital service team improves the digital environment since VA.gov relaunch.
An Army Research Lab study found a gap in the practical application of artificial intelligence in that people don’t trust it.
If a health entity isn’t sharing information, it falls into one of these categories outlined by the Office of the National Coordinator.
Floor demonstrations and announcements include a cybersecurity best practices guide, wearable devices and more.
New efforts would require healthcare entities to offer immediate electronic access by 2020 and to make shopping for care easier with price transparency.
The executive order will guide U.S. development in artificial intelligence, plus other news.
While mobile devices present greater access for agency workforces, they open up opportunities for cyberattacks.
VA's CTO in latest podcast discusses launching the U.S. Digital Service, empowering your workforce and the future of a modernized VA.
Installing a fiber-optic network for surveillance technology can also help the digital divide, plus other news.
With a sign for a new wave for AI performing certain jobs, government agencies see value in bots.
The department is looking for innovative vendors to streamline purchasing, eliminate redundant contracts and provide purchasers with real-time data.
Leadership at the veterans healthcare provider prioritizes customer service amid the rush to modernize IT systems.
The two disciplines used to run parallel, but federal officials are finding themselves having to create the processes and policies that protect health data and systems.
And it’s partnering with researchers to find out how to detect them, plus other news.
The opportunity focuses on digital transformation with a defined solutions architecture, with help from agile-driven companies.
These measures can help operations embrace DevOps and their new role.
One study is the latest in a series of efforts to use AI to address mental health concerns.
They’ve paired up with Alphabet to predict susceptible patients, plus other news.
Replacing repetitive tasks with automation can repurpose feds to higher-value work.
The Department of Health and Human Services aims to transform business processes with artificial intelligence in new request for proposals.
In order to fix it, the chief data officer is working on improving data quality and making data sets machine-readable.
Renewing HTTPS certificates are not deemed essential, plus other news.
Industry members weigh in on the changing perceptions of federal employment, the incoming workforce and how agencies can bounce back.
Research and AI programs are approaching a standstill while funding for the U.S. federal government has lapsed.
In our latest podcast episode, Sezin Palmer explains how she takes a systems approach to health to predict and prevent illness.
China might have developed a radar that can detect stealth aircraft using quantum physics.
The bipartisan bill passed the House in November 2018, and its sponsors hope to get it passed in 2019.
This year, industry saw many technologies like AI and cybersecurity at work in the federal sphere and beyond.
Since smart assistants are proliferating, agency CIOs should take note of these skills for everyday tasks.
The nature of AI programs could breed Trojans, a problem the IARPA is addressing with an upcoming program.