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The Office of Personnel Management, as it plans to “sprint toward the cloud,” has selected its provider in order to, on two fronts, shed its legacy data center and legacy network.
We have heard a lot about CISA since its inception, less than three years ago. One of its top leaders characterizes CISA’s role as “risk adviser” for federal agencies.
The question now is will that network transformation and modernization include state-of-the art technologies, like SD-WAN, or will some agencies get stuck in the legacy world?
A couple of factors have come together to enable federal agencies to modernize their networks in a major way.
The new EO will target areas like biometrics, geolocation data, personal health information, and other sensitive data.
The State Department and the National Institutes of Health are relying on artificial intelligence tools for faster data insights.
One reason the Defense Department can’t get to a clean financial audit has to do with its multiple and outdated financial management systems. The DoD does have
The AI EO provides agencies with specific guardrails that can reduce the potential risks surrounding AI, and sets timely goals.
The Homeland Security Department put together an inaccurate AI uses list, according to the Government Accountability Office, which found a few problems.
The department looks to replace an adversarial, check-the-box mentality around cyber readiness with one that actually helps commanders manage their risk.
Agencies should offer pay bonuses, faster leave accrual and telework flexibilities, OPM said in new federal AI hiring guidance.
The White House’s deputy U.S. CTO for policy charts progress made under recent artificial intelligence EO and what’s coming next.