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Faith Ryan

Staff Writer/Researcher
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Faith Ryan is a staff writer/researcher at GovernmentCIO Media & Research, where she covers key topics, individuals and events in government technology.

Prior to joining the team in March 2019, Ryan worked as a research assistant in human factors laboratories, collecting data for projects ranging from studying design fixation to predicting human error during an autonomous vehicle task. She also previously interned as a writer for news and information at the Association for Psychological Science in Washington, D.C..

She holds a Bachelor of Science in psychology with minors in neuroscience and data analysis from George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia.


A civic tech fellowship program aims to increase the young talent pipeline and help meet agencies’ mission needs.

Federal leaders hope AI use cases will spur innovation across government.

The emerging technologies can predict, anticipate and protect against dangerous chemicals in the U.S. food supply.

Among Jose Arrieta's initiatives as new CIO include engaging with industry partners and testing advanced technology.

A White House initiative aims to improve accessibility to claims data.

The best method for health data security and protecting patient privacy may be to start fresh.

The program's participation could signal groundbreaking research for underrepresented communities.

Government leaders touch on industry best practices in acquisition, such as agile methodology, data transparency and human-centered design.

A brief background on GSA's Centers of Excellence, including quick updates on the organization's progress with federal agencies HUD and OPM.

An upcoming study will address federal IT executives’ largest opportunities and challenges facing federal agencies now and what they will need to address in decades to come.

National Science Foundation CIO Dorothy Aronson details her key ingredients to innovation including how to approach tech like AI.

Federal employees from all fields are encouraged to apply before the May 15th deadline.

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 tech giant is in the running with Amazon Web Services for the Pentagon's $10 billion cloud-computing contract.

Leaders in government and industry iterate importance of cybersecurity in modernizing veteran health care.

This year's executive plan is all about "action and impact" for IT modernization, according to Federal CIO Suzette Kent.

A high-tech prototype backpack demonstrates how agencies can address fear of failure and enhance innovation efforts with cultural support.

The tech-giant announced new advancements in cloud-based services that will enhance government IT modernization efforts.

The VA plans to deliver products and services faster with the help of the private sector and an API marketplace.