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The Office of Management and Budget has released an update on burden reduction in government. The results included a great deal of saved time and money. Read about the changes and results here.
California will now allow for its college athletes to earn endorsement money. In this blog learn how this will change college athletics.
An election security funding bill is finally moving forward. Although the bill provides much needed funds to protect our upcoming presidential election, some believe it could do more.
In this blog learn more about what changes are coming to the 2020 Census
Our Director of Government Solutions, Troy Burke, recently attended a presentation by futurist Jack Uldrich, who shared insight into technologies ready for massive growth. Troy shares what he learned in this blog.
A reflection on September 11th, and some of the changes that have occurred since the devastating attack on American soil.
A recent resignation has caused the Federal Election Commission to be one member shy of a quorum, restricting their activities in advance of the 2020 election. Learn more here about how nominations have taken place previously and what powers the FEC still has.
22 Texas towns were recently hit with a ransomware attack on their computer systems, continuing a trend of these threats. Learn what steps you should take to protect yourself and what to do if you’ve been hit with this type of cybersecurity danger.
In this blog we are talking about how ready we are on both a state and federal level when it comes to the cybersecurity of our upcoming 2020 election season.
Gil Alterovitz, the VA’s newly installed Director of Artificial Intelligence, is using technology to better predict potential illnesses and create better treatment outcomes for VA patients. Learn more here about how AI can get the jump on difficult to detect maladies.