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.
Joe Payne, president and CEO of Code42, joined host John Gilroy on this week's Federal Tech Talk to discuss how his company can help federal agencies protect their data from insider threats.
Raj Iyer, the Army's new chief information officer, is proposing a new IT governance structure that would be chaired by the Army CIO's office. The current decisionmaking process is too diffuse, he argues.
Mark Forman, the former administrator for e-government and IT at OMB and Gloria Parker, a former CIO at HUD, helped author a new white paper from the Partnership for Public Service to further accelerate IT modernization.
Steve LaFleche will be the new general manager for the U.S. Public and Federal Market, taking over from Jay Bellissimo, who left in January to join Vonage.
Eric Hysen worked on the Biden transition team before heading to Homeland Security.
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.
Sean Brune, the CIO for SSA, said IT developers and business leaders are working closer than ever to revamp legacy systems.
When the dust settled, literally, in the Capitol Building, the same old Congress was still there - with its partisanship and old fashioned modes of working.
Michael Coene, the Chief Cloud Architect at Hitachi Vantara Federal, details why course correcting for the longer term requires a detailed approach to strategic digital transformation.
Over the last two-plus years, the CIA has launched an Instagram page, a page on the dark web, created an office of Hispanic engagement and recently updated its website.
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.
Stuart McGuigan, who was the chief information officer at the State Department for the last two years before leaving on Jan. 20, said a recent application summit drew more than 800 attendees from across the department who want to develop new software capabilities.
The IRS estimates it will need $4 billion in multi-year funding over the next five years to meet the goals of the 2019 Taxpayer First Act and its IT modernization plan.