The reality is, you can’t just lump your workforce together into one unit and send them back to the office.
Nearly every agency is discovering the potential benefits of applying advanced analytics and intelligence automation tools to their mission areas.
David Wray, the public sector chief technology officer at Micro Focus Government Solutions, said one of the reasons the move the cloud is getting less daunting for many agencies is they finally have their heads wrapped around the security piece.
Appian’s Michael Beckley recently joined Federal News Network to discuss both the challenges and opportunities of automation.
The Office of Personnel Management and agency partners say the rapid pace of emerging technology can make the goal of building the workforce of the future seem like a moving target.
Agencies are under ever-increasing pressure to deliver outcomes and improve citizen services. Therefore, agencies need to develop new capabilities rapidly and be flexible to meet changing user needs as they tackle the government’s most complex modernization challenges.
Automation won’t put federal employees out of a job anytime soon, but the spread of robotic process automation (RPA) in agencies will likely have an impact on the types of government jobs that are available within the next decade or so, the General Services Administration’s leading voice on RPA said Wednesday.
Faced with an unprecedented volume of Freedom of Information Act requests, top agency FOIA officials say automation could help ease the burden of their strained workforces.
Faced with a “talent gap” in its cybersecurity workforce, NASA finds itself relying on tools that keep its in-demand IT professionals focused on high-value work.
What are the new DHD cybersecurity guidelines and how to they asses ridks and protect government IT systems?Find out when Mike Ewell, director at Solutions by Design ll, joins host John Gilroy on this week’s Federal Tech Talk. July 3, 2018