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Federal CIOs see the executive mandates as north stars for their internal strategies.
Ongoing public health efforts are tackling COVID-19 and other health crises.
IT has a big role in HHS's proposed budget to boost various responsibilities in public health management as well as access to health care.
Internal consultation on use cases, integration within existing services allows agencies to best position new capacities to modernize their organization.
Tackling identity management within a zero trust strategy requires a culture shift.
Mathias leaves U.S. Marshals Service to join HHS as CIO on March 14, and CAIO Oki Mek departs after over 11 years at HHS.
Federal technology leaders outline the connection between workforce and CX to improve mission outcomes.
Enabling data access, collection and protection can augment manual processes and keep systems secure.
The playbook looks to promote ethical and successful AI adoption across HHS.
Smarter modernization, data, automation, as well as customer and digital services will see the spotlight in 2022.
Foundational development in data quality can enable improved financial workflows and accountability through automation.
Oki Mek shares how the agency is gearing up data efforts for a collaborative approach to AI.
Recent lessons learned and efforts to quickly stand up data platforms are contributing to future strategic goals around data.
Federal policies are enabling agencies to build data-driven cultures in support of data modernization efforts.
Federal AI leaders share examples of groundwork around data management, training and culture.
The agency's VETS program has focused on applying new IT capacities and partnership with other agencies to provide additional resources for veterans.
Federal tech leaders emphasize the importance of data to develop digital health services.
Information-sharing and analysis of large quantities of public health and health care data has been vital for informing the federal programs used to contain the pandemic.
Audits and evaluations are helping the agency detect and prevent identity fraud.
The new legislation also builds on White House infrastructure goals to improve health care, drug development and more.