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Federal leaders working on the VA, DOD electronic health records reflect on managing through change.
Different federal agencies are grappling with the challenges and benefits of artificial intelligence.
NOAA's technology chief discusses how open data and modern tools are improving data collection.
Robust data portals are providing real-time intelligence to support informed decision-making and provide equitable services.
Emerging technologies are improving climate modeling, weather forecasting, and threat detection and incident response.
Federal officials modernizing the common health record are focusing on creating a joint environment for a coordinated care model.
The agency is the latest to the join the interoperable single record for service members.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s sensor technology improvements and enhanced data collection tools provide crucial forecasting information to better track hurricanes and save lives.
NOAA joins the Coast Guard, DOD and VA to provide a seamless, interoperable health care experience.
Cloud leaders at VA, NOAA and USCIS discuss the role of cloud in their strategies.
Technically focused wings of the federal government have begun investing in the computational resources needed to sort and analyze large quantities of complex data.
NOAA is pushing ahead in digitization efforts to meet OMB M-19-21 electronic records requirements.
Early use cases create secure connections for branch offices and remote users.
The cloud and high-performance computing are some of the science agency's IT focuses.
The technology can help better predict when catastrophes strike.