IRS now has a patent on a technology it won’t use to solve a crucial problem.
Michelle Jacobs, the director of DLA’s hosting office, said the agency is using commercial cloud services to host more than 60 percent of its applications and wants to move toward a software-as-a-service model.
Sean Brune, chief program officer for IT modernization, said the Social Security Administration’s modernization efforts aim to update software’s programming language and improve systems already used by the public.
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Terry Milholland, the former chief information officer and chief technology officer at the IRS, who retired in June, said by becoming world class in managing and overseeing technology, the bureau is seeing real improvements in its operations.
Aaron Cornfeld, group vice president, Pre-sales Engineering, Public Sector, Healthcare and Higher Education at Oracle, joins host John Gilroy to discuss products the company is developing that could be of interest to IT professionals in the federal government. June 23, 2015
The vulnerability has been used in recent days to attack and disable Windows PCs.
Some security experts are telling organizations, including government agencies, to disable or even uninstall Java software running on Web browsers.
CodeSherpas, Inc. founding partner David Bock joins host John Gilroy to discuss how open source technology can benefit your agency. May 17, 2011
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