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Newly released Digital Compensation Claims Tool signals an era of innovation at the agency.
Combining practices from the private sector with advances in big data, the agency has begun systematically reshaping veteran care.
Agencies across the federal government offer programs to stoke interest in federal cybersecurity careers.
The Veterans Legacy Memorial is a pilot project with a targeted release date in late 2019.
Government data and emerging tech leaders discuss the ramifications of the data boom and how agencies can harness it.
Agency CISOs discuss the future of cybersecurity.
Leaders and stakeholders across federal government agencies weigh the implications of artificial intelligence.
An update on VA's current tech tools, services and priorities moving forward to improve veteran health care, as outlined by VA CIO James Gfrerer.
The VA's Financial Management Business Transformation leader discusses how technology modernization will integrate financial and acquisition systems to improve services to veterans.
Commercial practices illuminate a new method for technology development.
Leaders in government and industry iterate importance of cybersecurity in modernizing veteran health care.
The administration’s new American AI Initiative drew attention mostly for its cyber operations and security plans, but it also focused on healthcare and the need to infuse AI.
The VA plans to deliver products and services faster with the help of the private sector and an API marketplace.
Increased usability and digital improvements to deliver care to veterans remain the Office of Connected Care chief's priorities.
Cybersecurity and risk-management strengths and challenge areas are key observations for VA security chief.
The VA's embedded digital service team improves the digital environment since relaunch.
Leadership at the veterans healthcare provider prioritizes customer service amid the rush to modernize IT systems.
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.