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Early in 2020, as a pandemic prepared to wreak havoc across the United States, HHS was a major part of the equation in dealing with an environment almost no one really imagined: large-scale telework.Read more
The Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions Program (EIS) transition is underway at the General Services Administration. In fact, the acting deputy assistant commissioner in the Federal Acquisition Service said it’s “like a locomotive that you throw coal on and it gets faster.”
Even though agencies now have three more years to make the transition, now is the time they should be laying the groundwork for what they want future networks to do, and be.
When it comes to gathering data, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration is one of the most network-intensive agencies you’ll find.
VA Chief of Staff Tanya Bradsher, President Joe Biden’s nominee to serve as deputy VA secretary, told the Senate VA Committee on Wednesday that the VA will only resume go-lives of the Oracle-Cerner EHR “when it is fully ready,” and shows improvement at the five VA sites already using it.
DHS is reshaping its approach to technology by focusing on more agile, iterative projects, and reducing its reliance on big system integrators.
It’s time to demand more of the technology government uses every day.
The Pentagon says the priorities for DEOS are to develop, deliver and maintain the classified DOD O365 platform, and continue ongoing sustainment of the unclassified joint environment.
Deep in the weeds of agency management, you find something called the FITARA scorecard. FITARA stands for Federal Information Technology Acquisition Reform Act. It became law in 2015. Twice each year, agencies receive a scorecard from Congress on how they did managing their IT activities. Now a team, under the IT trade group ACT-IAC, has come up with a list of recommendations for revising the FITARA scorecard.
NTIA is seeking a big budget boost this year, and some lawmakers want to bolster the agency’s authorities over issues ranging from federal spectrum management to artificial intelligence accountability.
Possessing the ability to move data from anywhere to anywhere with a single platform to feed analytic processes enables government organizations to achieve missions faster and more strategically than before.
Now one year after the tumultuous TSP update last June, recent changes to My Account show FRTIB’s goal of slow but steady improvements for participants.