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The agency is looking at how to best apply curated data sets to new use cases.
Global health leaders are calling attention to the world's other leading infectious diseases like tuberculosis.
NOAA is pushing ahead in digitization efforts to meet OMB M-19-21 electronic records requirements.
The Defense Department and the Intelligence Community review ‘mission-critical’ and classified work.
The Defense Health Agency and military officials are providing medical and technological personnel and resources across the country.
Forward-thinking agencies face fewer vulnerabilities as attacks ramp up in intensity.
The bill supports IT modernization, telehealth, telework and security as the country combats the coronavirus pandemic.
The agency appears to be allocating additional resources to both internal efforts and the national response as well.
The collaborative effort combines the compute-power of multiple systems to progress worldwide, scientific discovery.
A directive advises agencies to increase use of their technologies, including collaborative tools.
The solution automates and integrates sample prep, nucleic acid extraction and detection for fast results.
The cloud-based bot is scalable and uses AI capabilities to aid concerned users in the midst of the pandemic.
Legislation for remote voting is gaining traction amid a global pandemic.
Deterrence, speed and a collective approach to defense are the core concepts of the new strategy.
As agencies prepare for mass telework, clear communication and an eye on security will minimize stress on employees.
Federal tech executives tout knowledge sharing and organizational reforms crucial for enabling remote work.
The new CIO discusses how his intelligence-community experience will inform IT efforts at the agency.
The agency is putting public health announcements, guidelines and facts on COVID-19 front and center.
The move is part of the national response to the coronavirus outbreak.
Easing data sharing across health care holds potential for all stakeholders, from day-to-day care to public health crises.