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In addition to the dirt and water the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers moves around the world for its projects, it also has to shift a considerable amount of data.Read more
The Army’s chief information officer said the service has an “operational imperative” to migrate data to a cloud environment.
Controlling and protecting the new U.S. Space Force’s satellites will require plenty of data. Some of the Space Force’s assets will carry over from the Air Force but it is still a new operation.
If you don’t know what data you have, how can you protect it, manage it and find value in it?
This past fall, Juliana Vida from Splunk wrote a piece exploring the value that full observability can bring to government IT organizations as they strive to achieve end-to-end visibility across their entire hybrid technology landscape, including both on-premise and fully cloud-based environments.
Semiconductor chips have gotten all of the attention and a $50 billion subsidy from the government. But without the more prosaic Printed Circuit Boards (PCBs) underneath them, chips don’t do anything. PCB manufacturing has mostly moved offshore, leading to a pending bill to help the industry, as the nation focuses on the supply chain.
Across the U.S. government, for nearly every agency, digital transformation is a top priority. Both defense and civilian agencies are heavily focused on initiatives designed to streamline complex internal processes, enhance mission-critical applications and better serve citizens.
The past year has seen countless headlines about how tech and retail behemoths are making enormous investments in the metaverse.
The Department of the Navy pushed out Tom Sasala, the department’s highly-respected CDO since October 2019, leaving it without defined leadership and potentially overwhelming its data organization.
Mapping tools that help users visualize complex data are at the center of the Biden administration’s “Justice40” efforts.
In the Association for Federal Enterprise Risk Management Enterprise Risk Management’s (AFERM) 8th annual survey of federal officials found a strong majority say ERM programs encompass a holistic view of mission and mission support functions.
DARPA looks to three companies to help build a quantum computer that works for the Defense Department.