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Aging federal workforce complicates recruiting technological skills09/27/2018 09:11am • Best listening experience is on Chrome, Firefox or Safari. Subscribe to Federal Drive’s daily audio interviews on Apple Podcasts or PodcastOne.
It’s fairly well understood at this point that the federal government is having a hard time attracting employees with up-to-date technology skAgile acquisition: Why it makes sense to plan from future backward09/11/2018 08:53am • It is not uncommon in acquisitions of information technology that standard federal procurement practices fail to yield intended results. Often, the final product is quite different than what was envisioned at the beginning of the acquisition process.
Is it possible for the government to iNew VA appeals trial an opportunity for both veterans and the agency09/04/2018 08:01am • Best listening experience is on Chrome, Firefox or Safari. Subscribe to Federal Drive’s daily audio interviews on Apple Podcasts or PodcastOne.
It's been a year since Congress first passed the Veterans Appeals Improvement and Modernization Act and gave the Veterans Benefits AdministratiGSA losing 3 acquisition, technology leaders08/13/2018 03:05pm • The General Services Administration’s Federal Acquisition Service is seeing a lot of movement in its executive ranks. Three key leaders announced they were leaving the agency, including Kay Ely, the assistant commissioner for the IT category.
Federal News Radio has confirmed that Ely announcedEnd-to-end dev/op automation critical for cloud success, DHS officials say07/17/2018 11:33am • As agency software development teams engineer applications for cloud environments, end-to-end automation of the entire Dev/Sec/Ops workflow is critical for successful deployment of cloud services.
To that end, the Homeland Security Department is hoping by year end to launch Cloud Factory, a platfWhat does it take to be a federal cyber executive? New handbook has the answers07/02/2018 08:20am • It was 2006 when the federal government got serious about cybersecurity. Jerry Davis, the outgoing NASA Ames Research Center chief information officer, was an employee of the Veterans Affairs Department and a laptop with the data of 26 million veterans was stolen.
Davis, who has spent much of hisReorg report details plan, timeline for cyber workforce and IT improvements06/21/2018 03:36pm • Best listening experience is on Chrome, Firefox or Safari. Subscribe to Federal Drive’s daily audio interviews on Apple Podcasts or PodcastOne.
The Trump administration plans to tackle the federal shortage of cybersecurity professionals with a new hiring system, a reservist program and bTake DevOps to the next level: DevSecOps06/18/2018 09:21am • This content is provided by CA Tech/ FCN
In some ways, software development in federal agencies has entered a second generation. The waterfall methodology, preceded by a long list of detailed requirements, is rapidly giving way to the agile method. Supported by U.S. Digital Service and the GeneraThrough CoEs, USDA starts proving what's possible with IT modernization06/15/2018 12:06pm • Best listening experience is on Chrome, Firefox or Safari. Subscribe to Ask the CIO’s audio interviews on Apple Podcasts or PodcastOne.
The Agriculture Department is moving closer to ending the planning stage and entering the operational stage of the Trump administration’s Centers of EState's successful online intern program growing deep roots across the government06/15/2018 11:41am • Sometimes an innovative federal program achieves success by avoiding “no.” In the State Department, that approach may be exemplified by the Virtual Student Federal Service.
Once known as the Virtual Student Foreign Service, the program was born out of a speech by then-Secretary of State HillaPressure on DoD to change JEDI cloud approach increases06/04/2018 08:00am • Best listening experience is on Chrome, Firefox or Safari. Subscribe to Federal Drive’s daily audio interviews on Apple Podcasts or PodcastOne.
The General Services Administration potentially could give the Defense Department a detour around what many in industry call a huge mistake withSenate bill calls for small defense contractors getting paid quicker05/24/2018 08:21am • To listen to the Federal Newscast on your phone or mobile device, subscribe on PodcastOne or Apple Podcasts. The best listening experience on desktop can be found using Chrome, Firefox or Safari.
Defense contractors who work with small businesses could be getting paid sooner. Sens. Ben CTop OMB official: Agencies need to untangle 'morass of data' to improve customer service05/23/2018 05:45pm • The Trump administration has big plans to improve the government's customer service and modernize its technology.
The President's Managment Agenda, which the Office of Managment and Budget rolled out in March, made those priorities clear. And in some cases, those goals overlap.
But Margaret WOFPP sets 2022 deadline to train acquisition workers to buy digital services05/23/2018 10:05am • Best listening experience is on Chrome, Firefox or Safari. Subscribe to Federal Drive’s daily audio interviews on Apple Podcasts or PodcastOne.
The Office of Federal Procurement Policy (OFPP) is shifting its digital services training program from pilot mode to fully operational, and is givinTo improve online customer experience, IRS is thinking more like a startup05/16/2018 06:47pm • For all its concerns about aging IT infrastructure, the Internal Revenue Service, in one of its newer office spaces, is thinking more like a startup.
As part of its ongoing effort to make more of its taxpayer services available online, the IRS' Web Apps Collaboration Center has launched at least