U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services needs to keep a constant stream of digital records and moving E-Verify to the cloud has been a big help.
A 3D printing network is growing within the Department of Veterans Affairs, which the agency sees as both a time saver for its providers but also a game changer for the future of veterans medical research.
Gordon Bitko, the chief information officer of the FBI, said the bureau is relaying on a combination of tools, training and shared services to better manage data.
A top White House official on artificial intelligence, following an executive order prioritizing artificial intelligence research in government, said the administration will soon release a new AI roadmap and guidance for agencies to follow.
Always be recruiting. That’s the advice Melinda Rogers, deputy chief information officer at the Justice Department, has for anyone trying to maintain a cybersecurity staff.
The latest IRS plan for modernization will strike long-time watchers with a sense of deja vu.
In today’s Federal Newscast, TIGTA found the IRS doesn’t always follow its own procedures for reviewing and adjudicating cases of missed filings or under-reported income.
Roger Waldron says growing risks associated with cyber, supply chain integrity and counterfeit products must push the government to evolve its response effort.
Georgia’s major IT enterprise outsourcing program celebrated its 10th anniversary thanks to state CIO Calvin Rhodes’ turnaround efforts. Will he be rewarded by a new governor?
The new science and technology strategy dictates how the Air Force will invest in research through 2030.
In today’s Federal Newscast, the Office of Government Ethics wants feedback on whether it should set restrictions on donations to legal expense funds for federal employees.
The Navy says dozens of IT systems and websites for pay and personnel functions are about to be killed off in favor of a consolidated system sailors can access from anywhere.
Gigi Schumm welcomes Susan McHugh-Polley, a 31-year veteran of the federal workforce, on this week’s episode of Women of Washington. Polley says change is truly sparked when you allow yourself to embrace failure and the unknown.
In today’s Federal Newscast, all signs point to federal employees’ paychecks looking a little larger by early next week.