The General Services Administration introduced a host of bots powered by robotic process automation for its own operations, but now it’s looking to have RPA play a bigger role in its rollout of Centers of Excellence to other agencies.
Federal News Radio has learned ATARC will take over running GITEC’s major spring conference. Meanwhile, GITEC’s board of advisors will provide insight and help for ATARC’s research priorities.
The pilots are meant to figure out how to update the TIC reference architecture and policy, since agencies have cited the TIC current requirements as a reason for not yet moving to the cloud.
The Office of Management and Budget is developing a new IT capital planning policy that would help agencies measure, manage and budget IT investments. Training is another key component of OMB’s strategy during the transition year, as it also will help agencies overcome cybersecurity recruitment and procurement challenges.
Government Information Technology Executive Council President Sean Kelley and Lou Anne Brossman, a member of council’s Executive Advisory Board, join host Mark Amtower to the upcoming GITEC summit and the value of networking in GovCon. February 20, 2017
LaVerne Council, the Veterans Affairs Department’s new CIO, is trying to take on long-standing cybersecurity problems and repair her office’s relationship with Capitol Hill.