Howard Levenson, regional vice president for Federal at Databricks, joins host John Gilroy on this week's Federal Tech Talk, to explain why an open-source approach is the most efficient way to make sure data is up to date in today’s world.
The Army is focusing on data accuracy as it prepares to move the rest of its uniformed workforce into its centralized HR IT system, known as IPPS-A.
Agencies now must sustain the momentum gained from the efforts to meet the surge of remote workers. How they do that is having the ability to monitor and manage these transformations to ensure mission success.
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.
U.S. Census Bureau director Steven Dillingham is planning to resign with the change in presidential administrations
A coalition of agencies led by the Office of Personnel Management is putting out a governmentwide call to hire data scientists at a faster pace than what would normally happen under the federal hiring system.
For John Beieler, the director of Science and Technology for the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, that means making sure agencies invest in S&T capabilities.
USPS awarded a contract to IDEMIA National Security Solutions to expand its fingerprinting services to 4,000 facilities before the end of 2021, in an effort to make the most of its vast network of post offices across the country.
This week on Federal Tech Talk, Michael Geist, senior vice president of Strategy and Technology at Envistacom, joins host John Gilroy to discuss the step that federal agencies can take to protect data transmitted from satellites.
Data is increasingly the backbone of decision making, which is why the Defense Department is putting so much effort into ensuring a secure, unhindered flow of data between warfighters and leadership with programs like Joint All-Domain Command and Control (JADC2).
Despite a tumultuous year, the interagency team behind the Federal Data Strategy made significant progress increasing data proficiency across the federal workforce. As part of the strategy’s 2020 Action Plan, the General Services Administration has…
NSF’s Payments and Analytics Branch has created an open-source predictive model to flag potential improper payments, and is looking to share its work with other grant-giving agencies.
Interviews with technology executives from VA, NGA and DISA were the three most popular Ask the CIO interviews of 2020 proving the trend that automation, cyber and strategy continue to attract readers.
JADC2 is "at the heart" of the first-ever data strategy DoD published in October, according to the Pentagon official who led the strategy's development.