Jon Williams explains why the VA should instead focus its resources on increasing staff and modernizing its information technology capabilities.
Eric Crusius, David Black, Vijaya Surampudi, attorneys with Holland & Knight, offer some of what industry should consider and be on the look at for if the Coronavirus begins to impact federal mission efforts.
Federal agencies need a better security posture in the cloud and that starts with achieving better visibility into what applications their employees are using, and how they’re using them.
Debra D’Agostino, a founding partner of the Federal Practice Group, explains why she’s worried about the cracks in the civil services and whistleblower laws.
Henry Kerner, the special counsel of the U.S. Office of Special Counsel, explains why the Hatch Act still matters after 80 years on the books and what would happen if it went away.
Prashanth Vijayaraghavan, technical architect at REI Systems, makes the case for federal agencies to get ahead of the curve by investing in augmented reality.
While most agencies currently use multiple cloud platforms, 75% report that managing multiple clouds will be a top challenge over the next five years.
Agencies will likely miss out on the symbiotic relationship between performance and engagement. Strategically, the better approach is to integrate these two critically important human capital processes by making performance management the centerpiece of the employee engagement strategy.
Even though achieving CSF compliance can take serious consideration and time, many international players have recently begun leveraging the framework, thanks in part to new efforts from NIST.
Neha Anand, group product manager at Okta, offers four predictions for technology trends in the government sector in the new year.
HCD and CX disciplines put the focus on gaining a better understanding of the people and their processes within an IT implementation project that greatly reduces risk and improves the chances of successful delivery, initial adoption and ongoing usage.
The cybersecurity environment has shifted dramatically in recent years, and that means yesterday’s tools and approaches – especially those which rely upon manual and/or siloed processes – will no longer suffice.
As agencies plan for the next year’s programs, budgets, resources and activities, a critical regulatory update may be flying under the radar.
The federal government is making strides with the OPEN Government Data Act, which demonstrates the critical role data plays in future innovation.