Despite the U.S. government spending more than $16 billion, new technologies and programs may be needed.
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Technical standards set the foundation for billions of devices and systems used daily. Congress has focused on international standards bodies in several provisions of the Senate-passed United States Competition and Innovation Act.
In the House of Representatives, the Select Committee to Investigate the January 6th Attack on the United States Capitol is getting ready to begin its work, but the committee finds itself in an odd position.
A proposed coronavirus commission could provide a fuller picture of the government’s response to the pandemic. But its success depends on how it is staffed.
An examination of the implications of Biden’s new China sanctions.
The 127-page report provides the most comprehensive account to date of the intelligence, security and communications failures that precipitated the Jan. 6 assault on the Capitol.
Join us for a discussion about the most ambitious legislative effort to date for combating the prevalence of sexual assault in the military.
Here is background and analysis on the most ambitious legislative effort to date for combating the prevalence of sexual assault in the military.
In its effort to address qualified immunity, Congress should distinguish between civil actions that seek to encourage agency reform and civil actions that serve to punish wrongdoers who engage in extreme conduct. This post offers a path forward for achieving those twin goals.
The agreement is a lost opportunity that may not represent itself again for quite some time.