Jennifer Felix, president and CEO at ASRC Federal, joins host John Gilroy on this week's Federal Tech Talk to discuss how her company is helping federal agencies with their IT services during the Covid-19 pandemic.
The Defense Department's data strategy released just a few weeks ago says improving data management will help it fight and win wars.
A new white paper from the Shared Services Leadership Coalition brings to light some suggestions for overcoming long-standing obstacles that have hindered governmentwide shared services.
Lt. Gen. John Morrison Jr., the deputy chief of staff, G-6, said his office reached initial operating capability in the first two months since the secretary split the CIO and G6.
A persistent funding shortfall at the Office of Personnel Management is limiting just about everything the agency does, from processing retirement claims to administering the federal employee health insurance program, according to OPM's acting inspector general.
Agencies are embracing the DevSecOps framework to ensure security is built into applications, as well as low-code/no-code visual software development platforms.
This week on Federal Tech Talk, Andrew Churchill, vice president of Federal Sales at Qlik, joins host John Gilroy to talk about data literacy and how federal agencies can effectively use data to accomplish their goals.
Before the COVID-19 pandemic forced nearly all agencies to accelerate IT transformation, federal financial offices had already spent years rethinking the way they do business and investing in emerging technology.
Maylin Jue, the Labor Department’s enterprisewide shared services program manager, said by consolidating human resources, personnel security, technology and procurement functions across the department, employees will receive better, faster and cheaper services.
Veterans Affairs is going live with an initial set of electronic health record capabilities at its first site. The rollout is an achievement after years of preparations, but may not serve as an indicator of the long-term modernization prospects.
As public sector organizations review remote work progress to date, most are planning for sustained telework — how to evolve virtual infrastructure to keep employees safe, productive, and connected regardless of location. COVID-19 swiftly eliminated…
Incoming presidential administrations have no dearth of advice, and ACT-IAC wants the next administration to take advantage of data driven technology innovations.
Census Bureau officials have compressed the 2020 deadline to deliver apportionment data to Congress and the president by the end of the year, but haven’t committed to meeting that deadline if the accuracy of the data isn’t sufficient.
Lauren Knausenberger, the deputy chief information officer of the Air Force, said each initiative is moving the service forward and toward a better future, but it was the coronavirus pandemic that in many ways added fuel to the fire.