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Mijente: New Report Exposes Tech & Data Companies Behind ICE

“Tech is transforming immigration enforcement. As advocates have known for some time, the immigration and criminal justice systems have powerful allies in Silicon Valley and Congress, with technology companies playing an increasingly central role in facilitating the expansion and acceleration of arrests, detentions, and deportations. What is less known...

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Federal News Network: Dozens of states express interest in hosting new locations for two USDA bureaus

“Thirty-five states and 136 different groups expressed interest in hosting the new locations for the Agriculture Department’s Economic Research Service and the National Institute of Food and Agriculture bureaus. USDA said it will work with U.K.-based accounting firm Ernst and Young to examine the proposals. The agency planned to...

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The Daily Beast: Amazon Pushes ICE to Buy Its Face Recognition Surveillance Tech

“Officials from U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement met with Amazon this summer and the corporate giant pitched the government agency on its controversial technology that can identify people in real time by scanning faces in a video feed, documents obtained by the Project on Government Oversight show.” “In its...

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Newswise: S&T Program Seeks Answers to Pressing Cyber-Risk Economics Questions

“When it comes to improving the cybersecurity posture of the nation’s critical infrastructure and vital data assets, there are a host of questions that need to be answered before actionable cybersecurity risk-management strategies can be developed and resources deployed.” “… Launched in 2017, CYRIE seeks to embrace these challenges...

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Federal News Network: DoD, Commerce consider requiring ‘ingredients list’ of software to protect supply chain

“After a handful of supply chain scares, causing DoD and other government agencies to fear foreign countries may be spying on the U.S. through embedded software and hardware, the Pentagon is calling on the Commerce Department to consider requiring companies to show their cards on where certain items come...

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Government Sales Insider: How Can Technology Tackle the Lengthy Immigration Process?

“The United States Digital Service (USDS), founded in 2014 to provide innovative ideas to agencies around IT modernization, is aggressively attempting to streamline the immigration process by implementing electronic forms and doing away with paper-based applications. The goal is to shorten the lengthy process immigrants endure when applying for...

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