Tag Archive for: Blockchain

Opinion: Treasury Department’s Bureau of the Fiscal Service Program Manager on Blockchain History

“For the last decade, blockchain technology has captured the imaginations of nearly every industry across the globe, including the federal agency I work for. And while it may forever be known as “the technology underpinning Bitcoin,” blockchain’s evolving reputation to solve a wide and varying range of problems has...

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Ledger Insights: U.S. Homeland Security elaborates on its blockchain plans

“The Science and Technology Directorate (S&T), the R&D arm of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), has been working with other DHS divisions to help them to introduce blockchain to their programs.” “Blockchain’s potential to render public services more transparent, as well as automate paper-based systems, was identified by...

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Cryptocurrency News: SEC Launches Search for Blockchain Data Service to Help ‘Monitor Risk’

“The U.S. SEC has taken some steps to provide clarity to blockchain companies, but it’s widely believed that the agency has not been active enough with respect to providing regulation. Now the securities regulator is apparently interested in engaging an “enterprise-wide data subscription for blockchain ledger data.” “Congressman Warren...

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SEC RFQ: COTS Enterprise-Wide Data Subscription for Blockchain Ledger Data

The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), intends to procure a commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) enterprise-wide data subscription for blockchain ledger data to support its efforts to monitor risk, improve compliance, and inform Commission policy with respect to digital assets. The SEC will only accept responses from companies that currently have...

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CBP on how emerging tech can streamline trade and customs

“Blockchain and machine learning technologies can provide a solid foundation for the Customs and Border Protection’s 21st Century Customs Framework and could help ease larger cross-border criminal issues, vendors and lawmakers told the agency.” “”Public distributed ledger systems can link manifests and invoices” using a secure data chain, providing opportunities...

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National Archives and Records Administration releases Blockchain Primer for Records Management

“The National Archives and Records Administration released a primer on blockchain with an eye to explaining how the technology might work (or not work) in the context of records management. So far, no distributed ledgers have been scheduled as government records and transferred to NARA. But as agencies try...

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