Tag Archive for: IoT

FedScoop: Commerce seeks nominations for Internet of Things advisory board

“The Department of Commerce is seeking nominations for a new advisory panel on the Internet of Things. The 16-member Internet of Things Advisory Board was established to advise a recently established federal Internet of Things working group, which was set up by Commerce to identify new threats and opportunities...

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DHS CBP awards IoT Technology Integration SBIR Phase III contract

8(a) EDWO SDVOSB TIS3 has been awarded a 6-month, $1.5M SBIR Phase III contract from the Department of Homeland Security’s Customs and Border Protection to provide integration of Internet of Things (IoT) technology to US Border Patrol assets. This contract was not competed under Simplified Acquisition Procedures. Awardee Name:...

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FedScoop: NIST seeks evidence on economic impact of 8 emerging technologies

“NIST plans to refine its approach to the current and future states of artificial intelligence (AI), the Internet of Things (IoT), IoT in manufacturing, quantum computing, blockchain, new and advanced materials, unmanned delivery services, and 3D printing based on responses. The American Competitiveness of a More Productive Emerging Tech...

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NTT DATA taps Shamlan Siddiqi as Vice President for Global Data, AI, Automation & IoT

Shamlan Siddiqi, a technology executive armed with over two decades of industry IT experience gained through a series of progressively responsible roles, has taken on a new challenge as Vice President Global Data, Artificial Intelligence, Automation and IoT and Visiting CTO Public Sector at NTT DATA. Shamlan brings over...

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GAO: DOE has not addressed power grid vulnerability from electric vehicles and smart appliances

“Electric vehicles and internet-connected home appliances are making the electrical grid more vulnerable to cyber attacks — and even the Department of Energy doesn’t know how bad the problem is, according to a March report from the Government Accountability Office, or GAO. While cybersecurity researchers have for years warned...

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Proposed legislation would require FCC to maintain data on rapidly-growing IoT usage

“House lawmakers put forth bipartisan legislation Thursday that would require the Federal Communications Commission to capture and maintain data on the rapidly growing use of web-connected, 5G-enabled devices—and ultimately determine the amount of electromagnetic spectrum needed to support current and future demands. Introduced by Reps. Suzan DelBene, D-Wash., and...

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GAO: Cybersecurity and interoperability concerns for Federal usage of Internet of Things technology

“A new audit indicates many federal agencies use internet of things technologies and likely plan to continue using them into the future, but cybersecurity and interoperability concerns remain.” “The Government Accountability Office surveyed 115 chief information officers and senior information technology officials, largely based on CIO Council membership. In...

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GAO: Benefits and challenges of Internet of Things usage by Federal agencies

Why GAO Did This Study “IoT generally refers to devices—from sensors in vehicles to building thermostats— that collect information, communicate it to a network, and may complete a task based on that information. Although IoT technologies may present an opportunity for the federal government to operate more efficiently and...

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FCC recruits a new Deputy Chief Information Officer

Armed with perspective gained over two decades as a technology and business executive, to include managing 300+ team members geographically dispersed and expertise in key areas such as Artificial Intelligence, Big Data and Analytics, Cyber Security, Cloud Services (IaaS, PaaS, SaaS), and IoT, this executive leader takes on a new role...

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