VA pushing out about 150,000 help desk end users to their homes as the result of the pandemic was a feat which Lynette Sherrill in the Office of Information Technology’s said only a managed service provider could have spanned as quickly as it did.
Sultan Meghji, Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation’s new chief innovation officer, is developing his roles and responsibilities as he shapes this position.
The agency’s years-long investment in robotic process automation reached an inflection point last year, when the IRS used a bot well-established in handling one task to take on an emergency scenario.
During a virtual workshop with DoD tech leaders, Deputy CIO for Cybersecurity and Senior Information Security Officer Dave McKeown stressed accountability for preserving cyber readiness.
A unit at Hansom Air Force Base, Massachusetts is running a challenge competition to come up with bots with the potential to speed up procurement and acquisition.
This week on Federal Tech Talk, Will LaForest, public sector CTO at Confluent joins host John Gilroy to discuss federal use cases that apply the event streaming platform Apache Kafka and how it fits into the federal data strategy.
As more agencies begin exploring how artificial intelligence can benefit their missions, one question keeps coming up: how to prioritize the potential use cases to get the best return on investment, and best serve their constituents?
FDIC Deputy Director of Infrastructure Services Isaac Hernandez said agencies cannot target modernization based on technology alone. As the banking industry changes to meet market demands, so too must the agency.
This week on Federal Tech Talk, Indicio.tech CEO Heather Dahl and company CEO Ken Ebert, join host John Gilroy to discuss how their company can help federal agencies with their identity management strategies.
DoD’s Joint AI Center is entering into its second phase where it will be more of a service provider than an organization that runs pilot programs.
Former Homeland Security chief information officer Karen Evans expects digital innovation to continue in the government as those behind the wheel never take their foot off the gas.
The Treasury Department’s Bureau of the Fiscal Service is testing out if artificial intelligence can streamline the annual appropriations process and get money to agencies sooner.
George Mason University has teamed up with robotic process automation vendor UI Path to give a push to governmental use of RPA.
This week on Federal Tech Talk, Atomicorp CEO Michael Shinn joins host John Gilroy to explain how using open-source software can improve federal cybersecurity.