In today’s Federal Newscast, the Senate looks to shore up its cyber defenses, and House leaders are weighing the options to have members cast votes away from Captol Hill.
This week on Federal Tech Talk, Stephen Kovac, vice president of Global Government and Compliance at Zscaler, joins host John Gilroy to discuss the pros and cons of secured remote access.
Jim Tunnessen, VOA’s chief information officer and chief digital officer, said the Over the Top product will live in the cloud to ensure latency and performance issues don’t drag it down.
In today’s Federal Newscast, the agency says nearly 10 million taxpayers checked on the status of their stimulus payment on the Get My Payment tool.
The State, local government and education IT market is a challenge for the vendor community to understand. Ask the CIO SLED Edition discusses Deltek’s market intelligence assessment and methodology to understand future spending trends in this area.
CenturyLink, Verizon and Granite Telecommunications submitted protests to the Government Accountability Office over task orders under the Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions (EIS) program.
Agencies need to modernize and transform their networks to take advantage of the emerging technologies, cloud applications and improve security.
States will need to completely refashion their January budget forecasts in light of the coronavirus, from normalizing employee telework and modernizing legacy unemployment, to health and social service applications.
In the span of just a few weeks, the military services have achieved five-to-tenfold increases in the number of users who can connect to their networks from home.
This week on Federal Tech Talk, Damian DiPippa, vice president at ManTech, joins host John Gilroy to discuss how his company can help the federal government protect its satellites from cyber attacks.
The Coast Guard says coronavirus is showing the cracks in the service’s IT infrastructure.
The IT Acquisition Advisory Council (IT-AAC) sent a memo to House and Senate lawmakers explaining why the Defense Department should drop its JEDI plan and follow the path of the CIA.
The Department of Veterans Affairs was on track to roll out an initial set of electronic health record capabilities at its first site in Spokane, Washington, in July. But the coronavirus pandemic has paused those plans indefinitely.
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