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Get ready to take on software supply chain risk management

Software supply chair risk management isn’t just for DoD and the Intelligence Community anymore. Get a primer on implementing SCRM from CISA’s Bob Costello, OMB’s Chris DeRusha and State’s Zetra Batiste.


Next stop in your cloud journey — tracking TCO

As cloud services become enmeshed within the IT enterprise, tracking costs in near-real time and determining TCO become critical. In this Special Bulletin Review, we talk with officials at DLA, OPM, Accenture and Apptio about how to make this transformative leap.


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The Right Approach to Zero Trust for IoT Devices

Recent and developing shifts in enterprise working models are having a far-reaching effect on the traditionally managed network perimeter for security. Find out more in this ebook


Gaining visibility across your full attack surface

What do the Energy Department, Federal Housing Finance Agency, National Institute of Standards and Technology and Veterans Affairs Department all have in common? They see opportunities on the path toward zero trust, and they’re seizing them. Download this Special Bulletin Review to read more!


Enabling intelligence work across classification levels

As the Intelligence Community blends open source and public data with its own intel, balancing the use and development of AI tools to analyze data, and strategies for sharing data appropriately across classified teams, creates new challenges. Download this executive briefing to read more!

Executive Briefings

Open Season 2023 FEHB Guide

Get helpful pointers as you make 2023 FEHB selections this open season! In our exclusive Federal News Network ebook, we share details on what’s changing and what’s new, along with tips from benefits experts and links to OPM resources. Download it now!


Creating frictionless CX

Federal News Network reporters take a look at efforts at Customs and Border Protection, the Defense Information Systems Agency and the Veterans Affairs Department to share insights on how agencies are tackling the CX challenge.


How to build transparent and effective AI systems

How can your agency build transparent and effective AI systems? Yes, the word “build” is there purposefully because, as a panel of feds reveal, it’s often difficult to — at least now and depending on the mission — buy artificial intelligence products wholly off the shelf. Learn more now from feds on the R&D frontlines in this executive briefing.

Executive Briefings

Best practices for implementing DevSecOps

In this exclusive ebook, we share pointers on establishing DevSecOps from the Army, GSA, NGA, the National Museum of African American History and Culture, OMB, VA and industry experts from Atlassian, Datadog, Invicti Security, Red Hat and Second Front Systems.


Striving to make acquisition decisions with confidence and clarity

Exclusive new survey shares perspective on the IT tools in use by employees on the frontlines in government procurement and contracting organizations — and the challenges in moving to modern systems and workflows.


Creating equitable government services, particularly in health care, that offer equally great CX

Providing equitable government services, particularly in health care, that offer equally great CX is a focus for numerous federal agencies. We get a temperature check on these efforts from the CDC, CMC, HRSA, OMB and SAMHSA.


Reinventing the federal employee experience

Increasingly, agency leadership is setting its sights on driving customer experience inward. Why? To improve employee engagement, job satisfaction and ability to deliver on mission. We take a look at efforts happening now at USDA, DHS and Interior.


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