The changing landscape of public health requires new ways of approaching data, patient care and technology.
The new office’s lead talks leveraging emerging technologies and best practices to speed up scientific research and innovation.
Precision Oncology is helping NCI treat cancer based on specific genetic changes in a patient's tumor by allowing them to target mutations that will lower toxicity and improve overall effectiveness of the treatment.
JCDC section chief breaks down how the agency works with global partners to improve cyber resiliency while helping its counterparts to do the same.
Francis O'Hearn highlights key technology strategies supporting innovation in the nation's coin production.
The program is closing the gap in getting veterans to their health care appointments.
The Naval Center for Space Technology’s director highlights the programs and developments that are boosting Navy priorities.
The agency’s deputy CISO breaks down some of the tools he’s prioritizing amid evolving security threats.
Gordian Knot Center for National Security Innovation’s Steve Blank is teaching the next generation of innovators to move the national security establishment forward.
GovCIO Media & Research staff members pick and discuss their favorite episodes of the podcast.
Researchers are honing in on modernizing therapy for rare cancers that affect children.
Staff Writer Anastasia Obis and Managing Editor Ross Gianfortune talked about the framework and how the Intelligence Community is looking to adapt to the changing world.
Jargon can be confusing, so we gamified the vocabulary of public sector information technology and cybersecurity.
The agency’s CIO is prioritizing cloud and mobile capabilities across mission-critical processes.
With the release of the National Cyber Workforce and Education Strategy, the administration and its partners aim to build foundational cyber skills in Americans long-term.
The agency’s recently reorganized National Security Innovation Network bridges gaps in defense technology development with startups and academia.
New self-sampling technologies screening for HPV could help increase access and reduce cervical cancer among underserved and high-burden populations.
Different federal agencies are grappling with the challenges and benefits of artificial intelligence.
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