Georgia Commute Options

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Georgia Commute Options works with employers, commuters and schools to encourage the use of commute options such as transit, teleworking, carpooling, vanpooling, flexible work arrangements, walking and/or biking.

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PRESIDENTIAL ADVISERS SET TIMELINE FOR REPORT ON OPTIONS TO SECURE 5G NETWORKS

NSTAC | February 21, 2020

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The President’s National Security Telecommunications Advisory Committee will vote Aug. 12 on whether to approve a report the group is preparing on the cybersecurity implications of using software-defined networking to secure 5G networks. The NSTAC is made up of senior executives from across the information and communications technology industry. A first draft of the report will be available for initial feedback from the full committee in April, said Ray Dolan, co-chair of the subcommittee ...

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REPORT ON AI USE BY U.S. GOVERNMENT CITES BIOMETRICS AS EXAMPLE OF NEED FOR INTERNAL EXPERTISE

Biometrics Research Group | February 19, 2020

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The U.S. government must improve its internal AI expertise and capacity to properly leverage the transformative power of biometrics and other technologies, according to a report from experts at Stanford and New York University. The report is meant to guide future government decisions, but along the way reveals some details about the development of a major biometric program. The use of face biometrics instead of iris recognition for border checks by U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) was de...

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KBR WINS A FIVE-YEAR RECOMPETE TO PROVIDE SCIENTIFIC, ENGINEERING, AND TECHNICAL SERVICES TO THE US SCIENCE CENTER

KBR, Inc. | November 30, 2020

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KBR (NYSE: KBR) won a $300 million recompete for logical, designing and specialized administrations for the U.S. Geological Survey's (USGS) Earth Resources Observation and Science (EROS) Center. The center joins distantly detected information and science to more readily see how the Earth's changing scene impacts biological systems, financial aspects and regular day to day existence. EROS works the Landsat satellite program and keeps up the biggest non military personnel as...

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US PUSHING TECH AND TELECOM INDUSTRIES TO BUILD 5G ALTERNATIVE TO HUAWEI

Huawei | February 05, 2020

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The Trump administration is trying to accelerate efforts to break ties with Chinese tech giant Huawei when it comes to building out next-generation 5G cell networks, The Wall Street Journal reports. The goal is to create common engineering standards for 5G networks that would allow tech and telecom companies to use US-made equipment over Huawei’s. As it stands right now, Huawei is the world’s leading telecom hardware provider, and its best-in-class products are sold to large companie...

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PRESIDENTIAL ADVISERS SET TIMELINE FOR REPORT ON OPTIONS TO SECURE 5G NETWORKS

NSTAC | February 21, 2020

The President’s National Security Telecommunications Advisory Committee will vote Aug. 12 on whether to approve a report the group is preparing on the cybersecurity implications of using software-defined networking to secure 5G networks. The NSTAC is made up of senior executives from across the information and communications technology industry. A first draft of the report will be available for initial feedback from the full committee in April, said Ray Dolan, co-chair of the subcommittee ...

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REPORT ON AI USE BY U.S. GOVERNMENT CITES BIOMETRICS AS EXAMPLE OF NEED FOR INTERNAL EXPERTISE

Biometrics Research Group | February 19, 2020

The U.S. government must improve its internal AI expertise and capacity to properly leverage the transformative power of biometrics and other technologies, according to a report from experts at Stanford and New York University. The report is meant to guide future government decisions, but along the way reveals some details about the development of a major biometric program. The use of face biometrics instead of iris recognition for border checks by U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) was de...

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KBR WINS A FIVE-YEAR RECOMPETE TO PROVIDE SCIENTIFIC, ENGINEERING, AND TECHNICAL SERVICES TO THE US SCIENCE CENTER

KBR, Inc. | November 30, 2020

KBR (NYSE: KBR) won a $300 million recompete for logical, designing and specialized administrations for the U.S. Geological Survey's (USGS) Earth Resources Observation and Science (EROS) Center. The center joins distantly detected information and science to more readily see how the Earth's changing scene impacts biological systems, financial aspects and regular day to day existence. EROS works the Landsat satellite program and keeps up the biggest non military personnel as...

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US PUSHING TECH AND TELECOM INDUSTRIES TO BUILD 5G ALTERNATIVE TO HUAWEI

Huawei | February 05, 2020

The Trump administration is trying to accelerate efforts to break ties with Chinese tech giant Huawei when it comes to building out next-generation 5G cell networks, The Wall Street Journal reports. The goal is to create common engineering standards for 5G networks that would allow tech and telecom companies to use US-made equipment over Huawei’s. As it stands right now, Huawei is the world’s leading telecom hardware provider, and its best-in-class products are sold to large companie...

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