New chairmen and ranking members of the Senate Appropriations Subcommittee on Financial Services and General Government and the Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee could help break the 20-year IT modernization blockade.
Presuming the Biden State Department wants to use data to inform its decisions, the CDO position should be in high demand.
Thanks to advances in information technology, data about everything has become an abundant commodity. But it’s not always a highly available one. That’s got to change, because recent statute and policy obligates federal agencies to use data in decision making about programs, operations and budgets.
A draft manager’s amendment obtained by Federal News Network shows the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee also includes $650 million for CISA and $200 million for the USDS.
The National Security Commission on AI recommends creating a Digital Service Academy that would “grow tech talent with the same seriousness of purpose that we grow military officers."
Vice Adm. Nancy Norton retired after 34 years in military service, including spending the last three years as the director of the Defense Information Systems Agency.
As more agencies begin exploring how artificial intelligence can benefit their missions, one question keeps coming up: how to prioritize the potential use cases to get the best return on investment, and best serve their constituents?
Three departments are developing new electronic health records systems. At the heart of the efforts is commercial technology from the Cerner Corporation.
A study sponsored by the Brookings Institution has several recommendations for reforming the National Security Council, reforms its urging the Biden administration to make.
This program provides a progress report on IT modernization in government.
This week on Federal Tech Talk, Collab9 Vice President Steven Boberski joined host John Gilroy for a wide ranging discussion on FedRAMP, Cloud Computing Security Guidelines, and CMMC.
The General Services Administration and the U.S. Postal Service made it easier for new employees or current ones to get a new identity card during the pandemic.
Managed services have come a long way in the 30 years since federal agencies first sought to escape the cycle of buying, maintaining and replacing PCs and the software they ran. Today vendors offer a range of up-to-date programs that lower the capital expenditure, or CapEx, obligations and move them to a recurring fee operational expense, or OpEx model.
Whatever plans federal agencies had to guide a return to offices, well, those seem to have evaporated months ago, Bob Tobias said.