Bob McKay, senior vice president of Customer Identity and Risk Solutions at Neustar, joins host John Gilroy on this week’s Federal Tech Talk to discuss how technology can help federal IT officials reduce waste, fraud and abuse at their agencies and improve government services for their customers.
A deluge of electronic records is taking a toll on the government’s mostly pen-and-paper system for declassifying records.
Commentator Jeff Neal addresses some of the ways AI may replace HR in the not-too-distant future, looking at actual technology.
Dr. Chase Cunningham, principal analyst at Forrester, joins host John Gilroy on this week’s Federal Tech Talk to discuss cybersecurity and why federal agencies should set up virtual platforms to test Zero Trust concepts.
The Air Force may be able to take old planes and turn them into drones.
The IRS is taking the next step in its robotic process automation journey, having launched a pilot program that bankrolls experimental technology solutions.
When it comes to sheer volume, there are few federal agencies that come anywhere close to the number of Freedom of Information Act requests US Citizenship and Immigration Services receives.
Don Graham, director of Sales for Radiant Logic joins John Gilroy on this week’s Federal Tech Talk to discuss how the digital revolution is changing identity management in the federal government.
USDA is the latest agency to announce a new training and reskilling opportunity, this time geared for rising IT employees interested in becoming a CIO or CISO.
Chief FOIA Officers Council members recommend adding commercial, off-the-shelf FOIA and records management software to GSA’s schedules program.
John Zanni, CEO at Acronis SCS joins host John Gilroy on this week’s Federal Talk Talk to discuss cybersecurity, risk management and what can be done to make the supply chain for hardware manufacturing safer.
Irv Dennis, the CFO of the Department of Housing and Urban Development, said the data analytics portion of the Centers of Excellence effort is helping to transform the agency’s financial management processes and technologies.
DoD’s Office of the Inspector General is looking to data analytics and AI tools to respond more quickly to the flood of calls it gets from its whistleblower hotline.
The Navy is is offering $150,000 to individuals, academia or businesses as part of a challenge to find AI software that detects cyber attacks.