The Office of Management and Budget issued a new memo requiring agencies to assess their current status and plan for the future around end-point detection and response tools.
The State Department and Commerce Department are both launching strategies to maximize the use of their data.
In this episode, we have a timely conversation on a true national imperative: cybersecurity.
This episode covers the Customer Experience imperative in government as well as another Technology Leadership Spotlight.
Today when we talk about agility, we’ve broadened the aperture to describe processes that change the very fabric of how the business of government is conducted.
In this month’s episode, we spotlight innovation in the Federal Technology market and then have a conversation on technology leadership and careers.
Agencies have to start using the full taxonomy under the Technology Business Management (TBM) standards as part of their fiscal 2023 budget requests, but several are unlikely to meet OMB’s deadline.
Federal CIO Clare Martorana told Federal News Network that the TMF board will receive additional resources to review proposals if necessary.
OMB released new guidance to agencies today for how the Technology Modernization Fund board will loan out the windfall funding Congress approved.
The General Services Administration is keeping contractors on their toes with the release of three acquisition initiatives — Polaris, the new small business governmentwide contract, and two requests for information around emerging technology and professional services.
Speakers at a virtual summit this week detailed how the pandemic gave their agencies a chance to make long-talked about improvements to customer experience.
The State Department’s Bureau of Information Resource Management, under the COVID-19 pandemic, accelerated the way it fields applications that support the agency’s mission.
Incoming presidential administrations have no dearth of advice, and ACT-IAC wants the next administration to take advantage of data driven technology innovations.
The use of robotics process automation, natural language processing and other emerging technologies are gaining momentum in the federal acquisition community to speed up the entire process.