Suzette Kent: Toughest challenges in federal AI adoption will be in ‘middle’ layer
"The journey now is to the much more difficult things," the Federal CIO said.
The AI warfighter is coming, and it starts with dogfighting
DARPA's new Air Combat Evolution program is one step in a tall ladder to get warfighters to trust AI like they do fellow service members.
Why agencies aren’t scaling bots vertically just yet
More often RPA is being introduced across a few use cases as controls often have yet to be established.
DOD’s new HR system presents change management ‘issue’
Developers who led the sprints, design and configuration couldn't test the SaaS, cloud-based solution at first because of how different it was.
The NSA is experimenting with machine learning concepts its workforce will trust
NSA brass wants to increase the agency's use of AI in defensive and offensive operations.
WorkScoop presents the Best Bosses in Fed IT
Meet the 54 leaders driving the federal government's digital transformation.
DHS needs help peeking into state and local networks, cybersecurity official says
A top federal cybersecurity official said Wednesday the Department of Homeland Security often lacks a clear picture of state and local governments’ network security, even as foreign adversaries increase their attempts to disrupt all levels of the public sector. And while federal agencies are getting better at working with state and local authorities, they face an ongoing challenge of staying ahead of an evolving threat landscape. “We don’t have good…
Scoop News Group introduces WorkScoop
A new publication dedicated to the workforce issues keeping public sector IT leaders up at night.
Coding it Forward brings 55 tech-savvy students to D.C.
Coding it Forward’s Civic Digital Fellowship just keeps growing. The summer internship program for and by college students announced it is kicking off its third summer cohort with 55 fellows working at six agencies. These include nine fellows at the Bureau of Labor Statistics; 20 fellows at the Census Bureau; three at the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service; nine at
Looking for more civilian tech talent, Pentagon hires five recruiting companies
The Pentagon has established a program with five civilian workforce recruiters that it hopes will help it hire more tech talent from the private sector, the Defense Digital Service announced Tuesday. Catch Talent, Comtech LLC, Foxhound Federal, PrishanTek Inc. and TeraSense Inc. were awarded the contract earlier this month, with as much as $7 million to be