The lawmakers asked the leadership of the House Appropriations Committee to override President Biden’s plan to offer an average 4.6% raise for federal employees in 2023.
The bipartisan bill introduces more government oversight in crypto markets.
Government use of facial recognition technology provides its fair share of controversy, as well as tangible benefits.
Government Publishing Office Director Hugh Halpern testified during a hearing on modernizing the legislative process and highlighted his office’s plans to streamline the production of bills.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, <a href=”https://www.pnas.org/toc/pnas/119/18″>Volume 119, Issue 18</a>, May 2022.
Space cooperation isn’t what it used to be.
Database professionals need training, budgetary investment and leadership buy-in to be fully successful.
A studious adversary may be hellbent on destruction, and a comprehensive approach is needed to successfully govern the protection of critical infrastructure, specialists say.
New legislation advocates safeguarding U.S. online networks with quantum-resistant encryption as a preemptive cybersecurity measure.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, <a href=”https://www.pnas.org/toc/pnas/119/17″>Volume 119, Issue 17</a>, April 2022.