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Sean Brune, chief program officer for IT modernization, said the Social Security Administration’s modernization efforts aim to update software’s programming language and improve systems already used by the public.
Creation of the Electronic Immigration System (ELIS) and visible upgrades to the trusted traveler’s program show DHS’ dedication to IT modernization.
Today’s technology innovation sounds like the perfect storm: millions of new mobile devices, a need for collaboration on sensitive documents, and an increased security concern.
Kurt DelBene, VA’s chief information officer and assistant secretary in the Office of Information and Technology, said he will hold contractors more accountable through smaller tasks and specific metrics of success.
While the federal contracting world was worrying about a giant but slow-moving contractor cybersecurity requirement from the Defense Department, Veterans Affairs went ahead with a doozy of its own.
The new organization that’s now leading technology strategy for the Office of the Secretary of Defense’s 19,000 employees thinks it has a workable plan to start treating OSD’s 17 disparate components as a coherent IT enterprise.
The State Department, facing a historic increase in passport applicants, is looking to ramp up hiring and modernize its IT systems to drive down wait times.
The Veterans Benefits Administration is looking to accelerate its use of automation tools this summer, to keep pace with its workload and break new records on the number of claims it can process in a year.
The agency expects to have all its grants assistance programs available through the FEMA GO platform by April 2024.
The debt ceiling debate has absorbed many in Washington over the past few weeks, as well as those whose business prospects are directly tied to federal spending.
As AI enters the mainstream across sectors in our society, it presents numerous opportunities to enhance healthcare outcomes, particularly for our veteran community.