Commercial practices illuminate a new method for technology development.
Leaders in government and industry iterate importance of cybersecurity in modernizing veteran health care.
Protecting the nation's critical mission systems requires support from everyone involved.
This year's executive plan is all about "action and impact" for IT modernization, according to Federal CIO Suzette Kent.
This year's efforts include new monitoring tools and recruitment strategies.
Advances in cloud computing and mobile data require a new approach to protecting federal networks.
CIO Suzette Kent and others provide updates about recruitment and shared service programs.
Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen says the range of threats is too big for any one organization to fight alone.
As a global shortage of cybersecurity professionals grows, the government looks to expand pool of applicants.
The agency plans ways to incorporate user feedback and security testing throughout the development process.
Representative Will Hurd continues to advocate for federal IT reform, including for AI, cybersecurity and telecommunications, in 116th Congress.
Adoption of a commercial electronic health record will allow for fast adoption of emerging tech at the Defense Health Agency.
Pat Flanders discusses the work DHA is doing behind its electronic health record system and the areas of improvements in recent years.
Floor demonstrations and announcements include a cybersecurity best practices guide, wearable devices and more.
While mobile devices present greater access for agency workforces, they open up opportunities for cyberattacks.
Installing a fiber-optic network for surveillance technology can also help the digital divide, plus other news.
The two disciplines used to run parallel, but federal officials are finding themselves having to create the processes and policies that protect health data and systems.
This year, industry saw many technologies like AI and cybersecurity at work in the federal sphere and beyond.
The nature of AI programs could breed Trojans, a problem the IARPA is addressing with an upcoming program.