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Leaders across the Center for Drug Evaluation and Research are applying lessons learned from the pandemic on its response to therapies for emerging variants.
Congress and GSA are working to improve FedRAMP amid the push for cloud adoption.
Agency leaders outline a focus on training, readiness and transparency in tackling the next stages of its electronic health records.
Hiring for a variety of skills and backgrounds will ensure the defense community has the scope of talent necessary to fully modernize and maintain its strategic edge.
A key leader in the agency's diversity office shares how NIH is committing to improving equity and inclusion.
Women are shaping AI advancement in federal IT and helping to remove biases in data sets.
The agency wants its workforce to be ready and trained as it integrates new technology.
Agencies must bridge technologists and business leaders to drive successful data strategies.
The agency's data chief is collecting new information on social determinants of health to improve data analysis, health equity and trust.
As the agency leans into digital engagement with taxpayers, IRS web developers are embracing human-centered design and Agile practices.
Department of Homeland Security teams are working to make aging IT infrastructure interoperable and ready for 5G emerging technology.
A GSA IT modernization lead highlights importance of governance, security, training and more during all stages of cloud migration.
The infrastructure for nationwide health care interoperability will pave the way for efficiencies and data analytics.
Secretary Denis McDonough discussed findings and next steps from its strategic review of the electronic health record modernization program.
Eric Hysen brings his experience at USCIS to a reimagined office focused on cybersecurity and data management.
New workforce initiatives at DOD and DHS aim to drive technology adoption and implementation.
As federal agencies modernize systems and processes, managing the workforce remains a crucial component to managing change.
The executive branch is leaning on digital technologies to increase engagement with the public.
Federal IT program and project managers argue that client engagement is critical to improving Agile processes.
Easterly brings a plethora of offensive cyber and information warfare experience, suggesting a more aggressive cyber focus for the agency.