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Amid the latest FITARA hearing, lawmakers want agency CIOs to have more authority over crucial factors impacting IT modernization strategies.
Cybersecurity tools and research are the Critical Infrastructure Resilience Institute's specialty.
Federal CISOs discuss mitigation strategies for inevitable cyber attacks.
Predictive analytics with machine learning capabilities can get ahead of the curb in fraud and waste prevention.
The Department of Veterans Affairs is bolstering its managed services to support digital experiences and solutions.
The agency is driving adoption of emerging technologies through innovative IT contract vehicles.
Automation tools can support decision-making and should complement the workforce.
Emerging data and technology drives new health recommendations to address disease and preventive services.
The Maritime Security Center uses data modeling, radars and sensors to support homeland security missions.
Smart federal investments in technology and R&D are necessary for advancements in the digital era.
The pandemic increased the need for secure, modernized and evolved solutions to expedite federal response efforts.
Smaller firms found plus sides of the remote environments in the competitive contracting space.
Newly appointed National Coordinator for Health IT Micky Tripathi details some of the agency's top priorities in 2021.
ICE and TSA share lessons learned in data practices after migrating to the cloud.
An Atlantic Council leader advocates for greater empowerment of the CISO role.
Various modernization initiatives to improve public health have pivoted as a result of the pandemic.
Federal cybersecurity experts emphasize the importance of capabilities like zero trust to prevent future breaches.
VA, USCIS and CMS tech leads are streamlining processes in an effort to enhance security practices.
COVID-19 pushed DHS and GAO to drive identity management and zero trust to protect its IT infrastructure, as cybersecurity threats continue to increase.
Strategically building soft skills are critical to forming the future workplace, federal leaders say.