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Month: July 2022

No ‘overwhelming fear of violence’ in DoD before Jan. 6 attack: Insider deputy editor

There are still many questions about the response to the Jan. 6, 2021 attack on the Capitol, but new emails obtained by Insider show how the Defense Department (DoD) was gathering information and responding behind the scenes. The evidence indicates there was caution and concern but “no overwhelming fear of violence” inside DoD in the […]


TSA ‘very close’ to being able to screen people as they walk, says official

In the wake of the 9/11 attacks, the Transportation Security Administration (TSA), a component of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), began screening passengers over 20 years ago. Now the agency is modernizing its technology and expanding capacity. Darby LaJoye, executive assistant administrator for security operations at TSA, said the agency is “very close” to […]


US Digital Corps fellows tackle major projects across government

The General Services Administration (GSA) has announced its first group of 40 U.S. Digital Corps fellows. Serving across 13 federal agencies, the group will tackle priority projects in areas like data science and analytics and cybersecurity. Some of the projects the fellows are tasked with include working with personnel data at the Office of Personnel […]


Russia, Ukraine increase drone use: Defense expert

Despite early failures, unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) are a significant part of the Russian military’s ongoing war against Ukraine. The commitment to robotics and autonomous weapons will continue to shape Moscow’s strategy for future wars, according to Samuel Bendett, adviser with CNA’s Strategy, Policy, Plans and Programs Center and Russia Studies Program. Both Ukraine and […]


Government Matters (Full Show) – July 21, 2022

Mission of US Digital Corps; use of drones in Russia-Ukraine war; regulating the tobacco industry


‘Unacceptable number’ of Americans smoke despite ‘tremendous progress’: Former FDA official

In 2009, Congress gave the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) authority to regulate the marketing of tobacco products. Since then, the adult smoking rate has dropped from over 20% to under 13%. Many of those changes were guided by Mitchell Zeller, former director of the Center for Tobacco Products at the FDA and finalist for […]

July 2022
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