It’s not every day the Homeland Security CIO offers you a job over Tex-Mex.
To make breakthroughs, it has to be adaptive and agile.
There are plenty of kinks to work out.
And to do so, it's taking a page from the startup world.
“You do not move to the cloud or buy new hardware so you can host legacy services. That doesn’t make sense,” says CIA’s Sean…
“We would be in a better position … if DOD led in the federal IT arena.”
There’s no shortage of legislation aiming to grant CIO more power.
Evaluation found usability and system latency concerns at testing sites, but feedback is all part of the plan.
Many small businesses think working for the government isn't “sexy.”
This bipartisan entity shut down 23 years ago.
The tech could help drastically increase airwave use, she says.
"If a large company comes and tells me they can solve all my problems, I think they can solve none."
What can be done to help the government reach the innovation community?
The department is in the middle of enterprisewide modernization initiatives.
The agency embraces open source, agile software development and DevOps.
How agencies can implement and benefit from agile integration
They hover around education, safety, citizen efficiency and adopting new technologies.
OTs are just another “arrow in your quiver,” not meant to replace traditional contracts.
We spotlight the change agents and what it takes to drive transformation in government.
Tech leaders and innovators will discuss how to best innovate in government.
How to get that carefully crafted functionality into end users’ hands
To stay on top of global AI adoption, U.S. needs to invest in research and talent.
Implementing orchestration frees up analysts’ time to respond to “sexier” alerts.
And do it before development takes off.
Q&A With Bill Webner, VP Federal for Capgemini Government Solutions
HHS’ Beth Killoran said it requires more industry-government partnerships.
Which companies made the cut?
An isolated environment allows iterative development, experimentation and fast feedback.
The department expands on its “Anywhere to Anywhere” health initiative.