Dan Graves, chief technology officer at Delphix, joined host John Gilroy on this week's Federal Tech Talk to discuss the challenges federal IT officials face when managing diverse data sets.
“Government legacy investments in information technology should not be negatively viewed. Those legacy systems are jet fuel for achieving agency mission, if they're orchestrated correctly,” said David Marsh, Director and Industry Principal for Federal Government at Pegasystems, Inc.
Janek Claus, director of Application Development at Sev1Tech, offered some remedies for this significant issue to host John Gilroy on this week's Federal Tech Talk.
More people are teleworking permanently, more paperwork is undergoing automation and there is more adoption of the latest cybersecurity strategies.
The Air Force's Office of Financial Management and Comptroller is making lots of moves to improve its IT, including developing a new acquisition strategy, hiring a CDO, implementing automation and addressing ICAM issues.
The CDO office is less than a year old, but DISA officials want to put data at the center of everything the agency does going forward.
Tim Jones, regional vice president of Systems Engineering, Public Sector, at ForeScout Technologies, joined host John Gilroy on Federal Tech Talk to discuss the world of Operational Technology.
DISA has a new set of strategic priorities, but may need to move some money around with flat defense budgets looming on the horizon.
Natural language processing and automation are some of the technologies agencies are considering both to cope with an aging out of the federal workforce.
HHS' artificial intelligence strategy aims to promote AI adoption, and to ensure that algorithms are fair, legal and ethical.
At the Education Department, Chief Information Security Officer Steven Hernandez said people’s concept of identity will need to evolve.
Steve Grewal, vice president and CTO, Public Sector at Cohesity, joined host John Gilroy on this week's Federal Tech Talk to discuss data management and the IT challenges facing federal technology professionals.
Mundane and often repetitive tasks can take a lot of time out of an employee’s day. Automating those tasks allows workers to put their focus elsewhere. Automation can be the perfect job satisfaction and innovation tool if workers can use their time on things that they enjoy and allow them to be creative.
U.S. spy agencies are increasingly turning to satellite imagery and other geospatial data available on the commercial market.