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Amy Kluber is editor-in-chief of GovCIO Media & Research. Previously she managed two aviation publications at B2B media company Access Intelligence. She was nominated for The Innovation in Aerospace Journalism & Publishing Award for launching and hosting an aviation podcast. Prior to that she wrote news scripts and produced videos for the network Newsy. Follow Amy on Twitter: @amykluber

She earned her bachelor’s and master’s degrees in journalism from the University of Missouri in Columbia, Missouri. Having traveled around the world since an early age, she grew up a U.S. Army brat born in Vicenza, Italy, and spent most of her youth living in Seoul, South Korea.

In her free time, you may find her at Disney World.



A new report outlined China's growing priority in the cyberspace realm and what it means for U.S. national security.

The plan is the latest in a series of directives that outline cybersecurity initiatives and responsibilities across 18 federal agencies.

The agency is eying solutions for novel methods to improve patient health.

A new hiring strategy and evolving tech modernization is enhancing the employee and veteran experience.

Cultural and technical agility underpins the Air Force's new zero trust roadmap amid Defense Department zero trust activities.

Many federal agencies are tackling identity, credential and access management solutions to help them in their new zero trust approach to security.

The agency is using capacities like RPA to expedite FOIA review, decreasing the time between request and document release.

The agency adopted a new artificial intelligence policy focused on building out existing capacities while fostering veteran trust.

Data management and digital tools are driving FDA’s efforts to respond to the next wave of COVID-19 demands.

The White House's cyber chief outlined some of his priorities as he works to stand up and define how the new office will collaborate on a cybersecurity strategy.

The AI tech chief outlines new adoption strategy that prioritizes quality data.

Analysts say the next phase of digital transformation will incorporate mission-focused and empathetic design in the age of AI.

Federal leaders highlight developments and infrastructure advancements impacting health innovation.

NextGen911 and improvements to the 988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline aim to overhaul analog legacy systems to a digital ecosystem, but face funding and staffing challenges.

Kurt DelBene outlines progress in his digital modernization strategy and the future of technology development.

The agency sees data sharing and transparency helping hold airlines accountable for improved air travel experience.

CMS' digital services chief sees tech as a key enabler for mission-critical services around equity, payments and recruiting.

The Public Health Data Strategy is one element of a robust plan at CDC to create a modern data ecosystem for managing public health emergencies.

Federal health officials from CMS and CDC are adopting USCDI standards to further public health interoperability and equity goals.

Partnerships are crucial enablers for helping the Defense Department counter growing threats.

The service is introducing new Google workspaces amid widespread digital transformation strategies.

Key tools within the strategy include software bills of materials and data analytics.

New developments in VA’s profile pages for veterans laid to rest help family members memorialize their legacy.

The command is calling on partners to help connect data, build cloud infrastructure and modernize security solutions.

The workforce has a prominent focus in Gen. Richard Clarke’s modernization priorities as data efforts gain speed.

Though still in its infancy, collecting and making actionable data can provide insights on optimal performance of service members.

The rule will outline API standards for payer-to-payer data exchanges of health information.

Agencies brace for next phases of the COVID-19 pandemic amid vaccination mandates.

Secretary McDonough said next steps in the electronic health record program, such as implications for training, are forthcoming.

This Memorial Day, veteran service organizations are embracing tech impacts and new ways of honoring those who served.

Veterans Affairs leadership prioritizes pandemic response and considers possible shifts in electronic health record implementation.

The VLM platform is a digital tribute to remember the legacies of veterans and service members interred at a VA national cemetery.

The role was vacant in January after Margaret Graves' retirement.

A directive advises agencies to increase use of their technologies, including collaborative tools.

A CTO, CDO and CISO plus a federal appointee are moving on to other opportunities.

President Trump noted several areas of accomplishments, including VA reforms and research efforts.

Assistant Director for Cybersecurity Jeanette Manfra talks through the newest agency's focus areas and mission.

Among OMB's Lesley Field's priorities are improved communication and category management.

The Veterans Legacy Memorial is a pilot project with a targeted release date in late 2019.

An online portal would streamline how government agencies purchase supplies.

CIO Suzette Kent and others provide updates about recruitment and shared service programs.

Officials from Homeland Security, Army Research Lab and In-Q-Tel discuss the components of successful collaboration with industry.

Floor demonstrations and announcements include a cybersecurity best practices guide, wearable devices and more.

This year, industry saw many technologies like AI and cybersecurity at work in the federal sphere and beyond.

Working together to develop the technology also means paying heed to the ethics involved.