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The agency's new community of practice seeks to encourage interagency collaboration on implementation of robotic process automation.
Colter shared her path to government and what's next for the young GSA office.
Processing user needs should be any organization's foundation.
CIO Suzette Kent and others provide updates about recruitment and shared service programs.
The tech-giant announced new advancements in cloud-based services that will enhance government IT modernization efforts.
The opportunity focuses on digital transformation with a defined solutions architecture, with help from agile-driven companies.
Replacing repetitive tasks with automation can repurpose feds to higher-value work.
The bill creates a bug bounty program and establishes vulnerability reporting policy.
GSA's Justin Herman helps agencies navigate blockchain and and still finds time to build his own tuk-tuk.
People, processes and technology remain a cross-sector theme.
DoD looks to build artificial intelligence programs on top of new cloud program.
If so, the attack impacted 30 companies, including Amazon and Apple.
It was the first civilian federal agency to get involved with hacker-powered security in 2017.
And the genuine enthusiasm behind securing government systems.
Helping agencies understand FedRAMP.
Agencies can submit modernization project proposals, but will be competing for funds.
“America does not make itself great again when it retreats from the field of R&D.”
We spotlight the change agents and explore what it takes to drive transformation in government.
Agencies have to consider how to manage the incoming flux of virtual employees.
But do we treat them as pseudo people or IT assets?