The Department of Veterans Affairs is considering the next steps for telehealth, after it expanded the program by 1,831% last year.
Several years ago, EPA CIO Vaughn Noga and his team established a set of “wildly important goals” which he said have strengthened since the pandemic.
Kevin Walsh, a director on the Government Accountability Office's IT and cybersecurity team, had the latest on GAO's High Risk List on Federal Drive with Tom Temin.
The Department of Veterans Affairs' digital transformation center has delivered at least 30 COVID-19-related applications and modified another 20 to help meet pandemic needs over the last year, including a few upgrades to its veteran homelessness program.
Joe Flynn, public sector CTO for Boomi (a Dell Technologies Business), joins host John Gilroy on this week's Federal Tech Talk to discuss how the company helps federal systems connect in a manner that is economical and respects all compliance conventions.
The Army is putting the final touches on a new plan that aims to unify its battlefield and enterprise IT networks into a single cohesive architecture.
For the Air Force’s enterprise IT and cyber infrastructure division, connecting airmen and guardians with the data they need along the entire transactional path, to do their mission, is the focus.
Now that the federal customers who rely on the system see speed as the new normal, they won’t be satisfied with a return to the status quo ante.
The bill directs the Commerce Department to partner with the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine to identify the ten most critical emerging science and technology challenges facing the U.S.
The last 15 years of federal agency IT modernization seems to be culminating under the Biden administration due to a perfect combination of technology maturation, pandemic's impact and real funding from Congress.
Anthony Principi, who served as secretary of Veterans Affairs from 2001 to 2005 and is a member of the Cerner Government Advisory Board, explains why the strategic pause for VA makes sense to further ensure the future of the new EHRM.
The Department of Veterans Affairs has experienced several consecutive years of budget boosts, and 2022 may be no different. But unlike prior years, VA is seeking more funding for veterans homelessness, research and infrastructure upgrades.
Joe Castle, a recent PhD graduate from Virginia Tech, who studied federal technology policy and open source software, and is a federal employee, said culture, public engagement, structural factors and organizational location are all drivers for why an agency would share open source code.
SBA’s chief human capital officer says the agency is looking at permanent telework as a strategy to recruit from a broader pool of talent.