Bots filing bogus applications in bulk, teams of fraudsters in foreign countries making phony claims, online forums peddling how-to advice on identity theft: Inside the infrastructure of perhaps the largest fraud wave in history.
The Defense Department has begun deploying 5G-powered augmented reality/virtual reality systems for mission planning and training at some of its 5G testbed sites.
The Army Engineer Research and Development Center will test the scalability of its coastal storm modeling system, CSTORM-MS -- previously run on high-performance computers -- inside Microsoft’s Azure Government cloud.
A $6 billion multi-year investment will support construction of a state-owned, open-access middle-mile fiber network and last-mile projects.
Funding infusions from the American Rescue Plan creates a tremendous opportunity to fix one of public health’s biggest problems -- a technology infrastructure featuring aging legacy systems, enormous data silos, lack of interoperability and many other challenges.
Researchers at Japan’s National Institute of Information and Communications Technology have demonstrated long-haul data transmission at 319 terabits/sec over 1,800 miles.
Project Lighthouse creates a unified ecosystem that will enable the Rapid Sustainment Office to optimize maintenance readiness, increase staff productivity and reduce costs.
StateRAMP stands to significantly elevate and improve cybersecurity by standardizing and transforming cloud solution procurement and reducing costs and complexity for governments and their vendor partners.
The ability to manage citizen expectations and bridge the digital divide are key to integrating smart city pilot programs into new communities, experts say.
To widen the pool of applicants and collect data on prospective students, West Point is looking to a cloud-based Common Application platform.