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A multi-cloud environment is critical to supporting beneficiaries and agency operations.

Migrating to the cloud requires hybrid, multi-cloud software, platforms and environments.

A rapidly shifting cyber threat landscape requires continuous verification of cloud infrastructure, especially as cloud adoption…

As agencies look to replace legacy systems with the cloud, zero trust has risen as a best cybersecurity practice

Federal health agencies and organizations are looking toward cloud-based architectures

High-level perspective on ongoing priorities in data management and cloud security.

Government executives recognize that process reorganization is necessary for leveraging new technologies.

Cloud-based environments and capabilities have been a key part of Maria Roat's approach.

The agency prioritizes IT developments amid shifts in workforce and health care.

Safeguarding public health and managing care during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Technology at NASA has many impacts beyond space exploration.

A task force leveraged FEMA's cloud to centralize medical stockpile data and inform the nation's supply chain…

Described as a forward-leaning agency, digital transformation at the agencies ultimately came down to culture.

The NIH institute serves a critical role in supporting researchers studying COVID-19.

The long-term technological dependence agencies face amid the pandemic highlights the need to invest in modernization.

The end-user experience first relies on technologies like cloud to ensure the infrastructure is in place.

Researchers are looking into digital resources to expand access to mental health care services.

One of the biggest barriers to successful DevOps and Agile processes is a lack of communication and organizational silos.

The service's first cloud-based software program included a rapid ATO process.

The agency’s IT transformation initiative allowed VA to effectively adapt services around the demands of the pandemic.

The pandemic has changed the way federal organizations think about DevOps and adaptability.

Preparing data for AI use and ensuring all service members are able to leverage data are key.

A revolution in remote work and internet of things necessitates cybersecurity measures that cover the corresponding risk.

The command's new leader highlights priorities for the Army's modernization efforts.

Innovations in automation are improving mobile app certification.

Using artificial intelligence to facilitate biomedical research and combat the pandemic.

The agency is moving quickly toward a cloud-native model supported by an agile development framework.

With a central data hub, the Military Health System can gain visibility and usability with health data.

DNA analysis with electronic medical records can improve health outcomes for the U.S. population.

Ensuring quality long-term telework capabilities and eligibility must start with the technological foundation.