Nextgov's Critical Update explores the future of government technology. Each episode, we dive into how the government is using the latest tech and more importantly, you’ll hear from some of the people who are trying to make change possible.
Critical Update: To Bridge Quantum’s Valley of Death, Labs Need Funding and Workforce
Oak Ridge National Lab’s Travis Humble discussed the state of quantum technology development and what it demands for future development.
Critical Update: ‘The Good Death Is Our Only Goal’
Leaders from GSA’s 10x program join the podcast to talk about how they’re mapping paths through the Valley of Death.
Critical Update: Evolution in the 'Valley of Death'
Nextgov looks at the use of cooperative research and development agreements by some major industry players to highlight how the meaning of the phrase, and implementation of its associated authorities, has shifted over the years.
Critical Update: Bridging the Defense Department’s Valley of Death
The future of warfare could be determined by the Defense Department’s ability—or lack thereof—to quickly adopt emerging technologies.
Critical Update: The Call for Greater Software Transparency is Louder than Ever
Agencies will soon be required to ask vendors for a software bill of materials—or SBOM—to help manage vulnerabilities like those found in the Log4J library, but much of its contents could still be open for negotiation.
Critical Update: Inching Closer to the Long-Awaited, Next Generation of Supercomputers
The newest and next era of supercomputing is on the horizon.
Great first interview.