COVID-19 exposed the fragility of the nation’s food supply chain and the limitations of how America’s producers have always done things.
With phased re-openings of our communities happening at different rates across the country a return to “normal” is months away.
A coalition of companies and universities are taking a big data approach understanding and coming up with solutions to coronavirus.
Stephen Horvath , vice president of Strategy & Vision at Telos, joins host John Gilroy on this week’s Federal Tech Talk to discuss how his company can help federal agencies protect their sensitive information, when making the transition to the cloud.
In addition to the dirt and water the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers moves around the world for its projects, it also has to shift a considerable amount of data.
Dr. Charles “Chuck” Brandon, director for continuous process improvement (CPI) in the Army’s Office of Business Transformation, has led a team that has gotten rid of a backlog in the Army Review Boards Agency and reduced Procurement Acquisition Lead Time.
The Army’s chief information officer said the service has an “operational imperative” to migrate data to a cloud environment.
A four-fold increase in telework capacity, as well as a new chat bot and data visualization tool, are all helping the Department of Veterans Affairs respond to the coronavirus pandemic.
The Department of Veterans Affairs is applying artificial intelligence to help improve medical care. The Agriculture Department is giving its eight mission areas 360-degree views of metrics to answer mission-focused questions.
This week on Federal Tech Talk, Scott Deviney, vice president, US Public Sector at Riverbed, joins host John Gilroy to discuss how his company is helping the federal government address the challenges faced by its remote workforce.
Jamie Holcomb, chief information officer for US Patent and Trademark Office, joins host John Gilroy on this week’s Federal Tech Talk to discuss his plans for modernizing the agency and the role artificial intelligence will play in that effort.
Controlling and protecting the new U.S. Space Force’s satellites will require plenty of data. Some of the Space Force’s assets will carry over from the Air Force but it is still a new operation.
Many factors point to fraud emerging as one of the top “second-wave” challenges in the months following the initial battle to contain the coronavirus.
FEMA’s goal of strengthening its financial transparency stems from the agency’s 2018-2022 strategic plan, which seeks to improve grants management and improve data analytics.