The Council of the Inspectors General on Integrity and Efficiency is looking for IT tools, software and services that can help OIG data scientists conduct more efficient and effective audits.
A GAO survey of 24 agencies found facial recognition technology has been primarily used for digital access, law enforcement or cyber and physical security, but some agencies are researching new applications.
Modernized forms could help agencies reduce waste, increase efficiency and improve data collection, a new report says.
VA Data Commons features computing infrastructure, co-located data and commonly used software services, tools, and apps for managing, analyzing and sharing data.
New York’s Excelsior Pass vaccine authentication app may cost much more than first expected.
The state’s Department of Employment Security said close to $15 million has been paid to fraudsters, but the state could have lost as much as $1 billion, one tech exec said.
Archiving government websites promotes transparency and accountability. Especially during times of transition, government websites are vulnerable to deletion with changing political parties.
State correction departments in Indiana and South Carolina turned to predictive analytics and machine learning solutions to aggregate data and help predict offender violence.
Machine learning algorithms can predict data missing from satellite observations and develop realistic, high-resolution climate models.
The Center for Forecasting and Outbreak Analytics aims to advance the use of forecasting and outbreak analytics in public health decision-making.