GSA, DHS and other agencies are trying to address new challenges of hiring and onboarding employees during the pandemic emergency, and these changes are bringing agencies closer to modern human resources practices.
Representatives from the Department of Homeland Security, the US Army and Cole Engineering Services join host Derrick Dortch on this week’s Fed Access for a wide ranging discussion of a new virtual simulation tool that helps train first responders.
Few technologies have had as much impact on military, civilian, governmental and commercial activities as geographic information and intelligence.
Suzette Kent, the federal chief information officer, said nearly a year to the date of launching the new shared services strategy, the Homeland Security Department’s Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency is armed with a strategy and $25 million.
The fast and vast federal response to coronavirus has exposed weaknesses in some agencies’ information technology.
Booz Allen Hamilton Senior Vice President Chris Bogdan joins host John Gilroy on this week’s Federal Tech Talk to talk about what the federal government is doing to protect data that originates from satellites.
Bill Marion, who left federal service after 28 years including the last four years as the deputy chief information officer of the Air Force, said the next deputy CIO will have a long list of priorities including continuing network modernization, transforming risk management and ensuring the service has a digital workforce.
GSA, already the biggest adopter of telework in the federal government, has recently been its workplace flexibility pay off in unique ways – such as reducing the need for office space and hiring in-demand tech talent.
The pandemic and resulting strain on the federal information technology infrastructure has brightened the spotlight on the need for IT modernization.
Business activity might be nearly choked off, but this is a busy country. People are still thinking, creating, Congress is still doing its thing.
For a review of NASA’s top technology priorities and how it’s getting them done through the pandemic, Chief Technologist Douglas Terrier spoke to Federal Drive with Tom Temin.
A senior Democratic Committee aide told Federal News Network that bureau officials expected internet self-response at this point would be around 36%, but so far, more than 45% of households have completed the online questionnaire.
In two separate reports, VA’s inspector general describes opportunities the department missed to learn from DoD’s rocky EHR rollout in the Pacific Northwest.
Laura Stanton, currently the deputy assistant commission for GSA’s IT Category, will take over on an acting basis when Bill Zielinski leaves on June 5.