The group advocated for a U.S. Digital Services Academy and National Reserve Digital Corps.
Former federal deputy CTOs and seasoned tech veterans bring digital services to government voluntarily amid the coronavirus pandemic.
A directive advises agencies to increase use of their technologies, including collaborative tools.
Organizations are transitioning to remote work in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The agency is implementing blockchain along with other tech to modernize the current system.
The plan emphasizes end-user empowerment, leveraging and securing data, and a series of other priorities.
Increasing focus on the end user is evolving how the agency thinks about digital services.
The agency has focused on network diversity and limited tenure to draw tech employees to public service.
The agency places a primary importance on modernization its health care with the veteran's needs a priority.
One year since the launch of the redesigned VA.gov, VA continues to improve the digital experience.
A leader behind the Healthcare.gov relaunch discusses his company's digital services efforts at the VA.
Mobility is one of the most important factors to consider in law enforcement technology.
Navy's top acquisition executive highlights the service's procurement improvements to keep pace with the speed of technology.
Government data and emerging tech leaders discuss the ramifications of the data boom and how agencies can harness it.
The Digital Health Pre-Cert Pilot Program continues despite commissioner's recent resignation announcement.
The VA's embedded digital service team improves the digital environment since VA.gov relaunch.
The opportunity focuses on digital transformation with a defined solutions architecture, with help from agile-driven companies.
Renewing HTTPS certificates are not deemed essential, plus other news.