A project leader explains why patented methodology developed in house is shelved.
“Our organization has about 4,000 people scattered in about 50 locations. And thanks to COVID, it’s become 4,000 locations,” said Roy Varghese, the chief information officer at NOAA Fisheries.
Customer experience from government agencies has a long way to go. That's the principal finding in the latest survey by Forrester Research.
The State Department created an intra-agency team to reimagine many of its business and administrative processes now that the initial urgency of the pandemic has passed.
Phil Carrai, President of the Space, Training and Cybersecurity division at Kratos, joins host John Gilroy on this week's Federal Tech Talk to discuss how a surge in satellite launches has spurred innovation in the ground systems that get data from them.
The second annual Nutanix Enterprise Cloud Index (ECI) surveyed more than 2,500 global IT decision makers. The findings of the survey uncovered a clear trend: The public sector has a strong desire to invest in digital transformation.
By now the stories are legend, how government agencies managed to pivot their workforces to accommodate the pandemic. Underneath that is a big technological shift that's still unfolding.
This week on Amtower Off Center, ATARC CEO Tom Suder joins host Mark Amtower to discuss how is company is his company is helping government agencies and contractors resolve their toughest technology challenges.
The rush to mandatory telework in the early months of the coronavirus pandemic laid bare the state of agencies’ investment — or lack thereof — in IT infrastructure. That same lesson holds true for agency…
The General Services Administration's Schedules Consolidation initiative continues apace, with the agency and its contractors implementing Phase 3, the consolidation of multiple schedule contracts into a single contract for those impacted contractors.
Social Security Commissioner Andrew Saul said Mathur would leave his role as CIO on Oct. 26 and be a senior advisor to his office until he leaves the agency later this year.
IRS officials said the strategy to decommission its legacy systems is taking shaping shape in concert with the work of the Enterprise Digitalization and Case Management Office the agency stood up in July.
The Defense Department will also begin using the Department of Veterans Affairs' Video Connect platform later this fall for telehealth visits in the military health system. The Video Connect platform is responsible for an 1000% increase in VA telehealth appointments since the pandemic began in mid-March.
For all the large IT modernization projects happening in government, only about 13 percent of them actually succeed.