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The agency plans to modernize its major business processes, such as the claims payment system.
Many challenges in any tech modernization initiative is grappling with the business perspective.
VA has debuted a new management structure to streamline the implementation of its modernized electronic health records system.
The cloud empowers FEMA to address efforts around climate, resilience and readiness.
Successful IT adoption comes down to winning over your workforce.
FEHRM director unpacks lessons learned from 2021 and discusses how EHR leaders will use momentum to drive successes into the new year.
VA is using 5G to move into the next phase of its health care modernization.
The agency is undergoing a cultural transformation to bring new digital experiences to the taxpayer.
Federal leaders discuss the challenges and opportunities around the technology for nationwide security issues.
AFWERX is partnering with Dcode to transform tech culture.
The executive was also instrumental in overseeing various data and cloud initiatives at USDA.
Newly confirmed CIO Vid Desai discusses how his role has evolved following the creation of FDA's Digital Transformation Office.
Digital services will transform how the agency interacts with taxpayers.
These concepts are helping organizations build and implement the digital strategies for tomorrow.
The data chief is aiming to make veteran data integrated across the agency and its partners.
Technology is enabling the agency to broaden veteran commemoration ahead of Memorial Day.
There are opportunities for workflow and process improvements for the system managing organ donations and transplantation.
Technology improvements around data and benefits processing depend on having the infrastructure in place first.
The Indian Health Service is looking at how tools like telehealth and EHRs will impact tribal populations long term.