Six federal IT experts offer their observations about what to watch for in 2019 and what organizations and people will have the biggest impacts.
Brian Ahier, president of Advanced Health Information Exchange Resources, joined host John Gilroy on this week’s Federal Tech Talk to discuss healthcare IT, open data, artificial intelligence and cybersecurity. January 1, 2019
The Department of Health and Human Services can now use live data from its acquisition shop in order to buy things faster, and more cheaply, using a blockchain-and-artificial intelligence tool called HHS Accelerate.
Now that the storm of publicity over blockchain has passed, federal agencies are settling down to see how it can work in reality.
Barry Matsumori, CEO of BridgeSat, Inc., joins host John Gilroy on this week’s Federal Tech Talk to discuss how innovations in space technology are being used by IT professionals in the federal government. Oct. 30, 2018
For all the buzz around emerging technology in government, agency IT executives see an uncertain road ahead in looking for the next great innovation amid constrained budgets.
Much like every other agency in the federal government, the Navy is experimenting with how to implement the latest technological advancements to their mission.
Renee Wynn, the NASA CIO, said during the upcoming ACT-IAC ELC ImaginationNation conference she’s interested in learning about SDN and zero trust networks.
The Health and Human Services Department is taking a page out the playbook of major retailers, and it’s using blockchain to make it happen.
If the two-sided toaster revolutionized breakfast, blockchain will revolutionize just about everything in technology.
Blockchain, one of the latest trends in federal IT, finds yet another potential use case in government — keeping track of electronic health record (EHR) data.
NSF will use robotics process automation to improve its intergovernmental transactions, while Interior will apply bots to improve its electronic invoice processing.
Jim Liew, co-founder of tech firm SoKat and assistant professor at Johns Hopkins Business School, discusses how the D.C. region’s universities are teaching entrepreneurs to take advantage of new technologies, like blockchain, AI, and machine learning. Perhaps more important, however, is how universities are teaching entrepreneurial students to get up after they fail, and learn from their mistakes.
The Interior Department’s IG reported two of the nation’s largest hydropower dams are at risk from insider threats.