Justin Marsico, the Treasury Department’s Bureau of the Fiscal Service’s chief data officer, said a pilot program turned into a full-fledged training effort is helping to further instill the culture of data across the bureau.
Robert Smith, the director of Department of the Navy’s Small Business Innovative Research (SBIR) and Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) programs, said the goal is to accelerate new or better capabilities to the sailor and marine.
OPM and DCSA are making policy and technology changes are part of the implementation of the Trusted Workforce 2.0.
Leonel Garciga, who has worked as the director of information management for the Army G2 since 2019, will replace Raj Iyer as the service’s lead technology executive.
Kurt DelBene, the assistant secretary for information and technology and chief information officer at the Veterans Affairs Department, said the agency is working on several parallel goals including getting to 100% use of multi-factor authentication.
Harrison Smith, the director of the Enterprise Digitization Office at the IRS, said the tax agency is preparing for the influx of new funding by identifying small, but impactful modernization projects.
The new organization that's now leading technology strategy for the Office of the Secretary of Defense's 19,000 employees thinks it has a workable plan to start treating OSD's 17 disparate components as a coherent IT enterprise.
In this exclusive webinar edition of Ask the CIO, host Jason Miller and his guest, Kurt DelBene, assistant secretary for information and technology and chief information officer with the Department of Veterans Affairs will dive into zero trust and the future of training and automation at the VA. In addition, Tom Roeh, director of systems engineering at ExtraHop will provide an industry perspective.
Casey Cook, the cloud architecture branch chief for the Agriculture Department, said seven mission areas are taking advantage of more than 300 APIs to make data sharing among new and legacy systems easier.
Lauren Knausenberger, the outgoing chief information officer of the Air Force, said if requested funding for fiscal 2024 comes through as hoped for, several transformation initiatives will get a much needed boost.
The Navy hopes to make dramatic improvements for all of its users within the Pentagon by midway through next month. Similar fixes are on the way for the rest of the service, but may prove more difficult.
The Defense Logistics Agency has rolled out its cloud-based Warehouse Management System to 12 sites so far and will reach 70 by the end of fiscal 2023.
Tiffany Hixson, the assistant commissioner for the Office of Professional Services and Human Capital Categories in the General Services Administration’s Federal Acquisition Service, said spending in 2023 is on track to grow at a significant pace across the entire professional services category.
In today's Federal Newscast: Newly introduced legislation would give FEHB participants more coverage for some assisted reproductive treatments. Two deadly helicopter crashes lead the Army to hold an aviation-safety stand down. And GAO gets a new CIO next week.