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With legacy systems in place, agencies are starting to use DevOps to ease the shift to new IT systems.
National Institute of Justice's new director outlines goals for driving intersectional development across the criminal justice system.
The Office of Justice Programs is using identity, credential, and access management to reduce fraud in federal grants.
The effort aims to mitigate discrimination and bias in algorithm, AI and software used in hiring processes.
The Office of Justice Programs leveraged zero trust strategies as a pillar to modernize its grants management system.
Join our senior researchers for a look ahead at the proposed FY 2023 budget.
The agency is expanding cryptocurrency work to crack down on rising digital asset misuse and illegal activity.
The budget proposal outlines an increase of over $2.6 billion from last year's enacted level.
The strategy involves working continuously with the customer, starting small and scaling upon success.
The agency is looking at new tools that are supporting both content and program management.
More education and information-sharing will boost the fight against ransomware, according to federal cyber leaders.
Strong supplier relationships and accurate data will make or break supply chains as federal agencies modernize their IT.
The agencies launched a portal that streamlined the reporting process for both the public and Civil Rights Division staff.
IT leaders recommend identifying use cases to apply the technology.
Shared services provide cost savings, but are not always the answer.
Mobility is one of the most important factors to consider in law enforcement technology.
Leaders from DOJ and ODNI discuss their strategies to protect personal data and communications integrity.
Agency heads say prioritizing what data to encrypt will prevent further roadblocks to accessibility.
And is incorporating emerging tech into future innovation plans.
DOJ and civil liberties community don't yet see eye-to-eye on these issues.