Federal agencies aren’t the only ones working to modernize their IT systems. State and local governments, as well as many higher education institutions, are trying to deliver better services and experiences to customers, faster. And they face a lot of the same challenges.
In today’s Federal Newscast, the General Services Administration is changing how it verifies that companies are eligible to do business with or receive assistance from the government.
Innovation of federal IT springs up all over the government, including the IRS’ most recent move to provide more wireless options.
Agencies have a never-ending thirst for information technology that will help them achieve something or other. Laura Criste, federal market analyst at Bloomberg Government, joined Federal Drive with Tom Temin for more discussion.
Six federal IT experts offer their observations about what to watch for in 2019 and what organizations and people will have the biggest impacts.
Following a couple of dizzy years of policy and legislation, just what is the state of federal information technology going into calendar 2019?
Pawin Chawanasunthornpot, an enterprise architect at REI Systems, details considerations for program managers, acquisition officials and contractors as they update their agency’s technology.
A long running federal conference not only changes venues, it sports a whole new format.
Everyone involved in federal software development knows the percentage: 80% of the federal IT budget goes to maintaining existing systems. Innovation in technology is forcing these legacy systems to be able to interact with other systems.
It’s hard to find a program mission with more clarity than control of an invasive species like feral swine.