Attracting enough cybersecurity and IT talent is a well-known problem across government, but technology always has ripple effects, and those are starting to affect hiring in other fields as well.
The Health and Human Services Department said it’s not yet positioned to use data to predict what the next public health crisis might be, but it’s developing a new data sharing strategy to launch the agency in the right direction.
The 9/11 attacks showed the need for better data and information sharing among federal agencies and between governments.
Without data, the Department of Transportation was having a hard time doing research and planning on autonomous and automated vehicles. But then Ariel Gold arrived.
As the government oversight community celebrates the 40th anniversary of the Inspector General Act this year, IGs and lawmakers have signaled their support for beefing up a governmentwide watchdog organization.
The world may be surprised by revelations about users’ data being improperly shared through Facebook, but feds have some experience with this problem.
The National Cancer Institute is sharing data and moving applications to the cloud in an effort to make life easier for its employees.
Brandon Pusteojovsky, USAID’s chief data officer, said the agency is finalizing a new data library to create a central portal to collect, share and visualize information from around the world.
An incident in the TSA’s Las Vegas “Pre store” shows data sharing and database matching don’t always align the way they should.
Budgeteers are putting their own stake in the federal community. They have at least 148,000 participants across more than 180 agencies. Members of the budget community created their own online collaboration tool to share ideas documents and data with each other. And other federal communities are joining the MAX Federal Community now too. John Kamensky is a senior research fellow for the IBM Center for the Business of Government. He tells In Depth with Francis Rose how the Max Fedeal Community works.