Crypto Policy

In the 1990s the Internet was just starting to become well-known, popular, and widely used by the public. The countries that did not embrace or were too slow to adopt the Internet in the 1990s, where would they be today in the year 2022? The economies that will not or are too slow to adopt Crypto, where will their economy be tomorrow?

How our Department of Technology will be funded?

Part One While perhaps well-meaning, the E-Government Act of 2002 and the Office of E-Government & Information Technology, part of the Office of Management and Budget, have overwhelmingly not satisfied or accomplished their core technology-centric missions for over two decades. While there have been a few successes, there have been more disappointments or complete deficiencies.… Continue reading How our Department of Technology will be funded?

Voter IDs, Blockchain, & Attorneys General?

How can a future Department of Technology, as proposed by Fuji For Congress, at the state, county, and local levels offer a technology-centric public benefit for all voters and genuine election integrity? Why am I writing about Attorneys General and District Attorneys? Because a future Department of Technology, as I envision here, would serve in… Continue reading Voter IDs, Blockchain, & Attorneys General?