Bots powered by robotic process automation at the Defense Logistics Agency face limits based on the amount of time a human operator stays logged into the network. But the agency plans to ramp up its…
In this exclusive executive briefing, the following experts discuss practical cyber workforce strategies and ways government and industry can collaborate more effectively
Attracting in-demand cybersecurity talent to government service could be as simple as retraining current federal employees for the jobs of the future.
The National Science Foundation is looking for concrete, technological ideas through the Career Compass Challenge that it could pilot broad reskilling effort across the federal workforce. But NSF also sees the challenge as a potential spark for culture change.
While agency IT officials recognize the Foundations for Evidence-Based Policymaking Act and OPEN Government Data Act present opportunities to get more value out of their data, they also see challenges in preparing the workforce to manage all that data.
GSA’s Rob Coen took on a new role as OASIS program manager, while HUD’s Chad Cowan is the new acting assistant secretary for administration.
As the need for continued integration of data and technology drives toward better decision making, agencies need to consider how they design, implement and utilize tools in support better financial management.
Dorothy Aronson, the chief information officer of the NSF, said a new user interface for its grants application system will come online in April.
Speed and strategy are becoming even more important for government agencies to keep up with advantages in technology and intelligence
FEMA’s David Grant announced he’s retiring in January after 34 years of federal service, while Kevin Gates is leaving the House Armed Services Committee.