Sarah Sybert | GovernmentCIO Media & Research

Sarah Sybert

Staff Writer/Researcher
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Sarah Sybert joined GovernmentCIO Media & Research as a staff writer/researcher in March 2021, where she primarily covers the Department of Health and Human Services. Before Sarah joined the team, she covered defense, industry and information technology reports and events with Executive Mosaic. Her work has helped connect private and public sector leaders and promote awareness of emerging market trends. 

When she’s not on the job, you can find her hiking in Shenandoah, checking out the newest “hole-in-the-wall” coffee shop or jamming on the guitar.  Sarah earned her bachelor’s degree in English, with minors in Creative Writing and Film Studies, at Flagler College in St. Augustine, Florida.

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Emerging data and technology drives new health recommendations to address disease and preventive services.

The pandemic increased the need for secure, modernized and evolved solutions to expedite federal response efforts.

COVID-19 pushed DHS and GAO to drive identity management and zero trust to protect its IT infrastructure, as cybersecurity threats continue to increase.

A NAPA report calls on OPM to leverage data analytics and modernize IT systems to support innovation in managing the federal civilian workforce.

Federal and industry leaders say DevSecOps is enabling better and faster services for IT teams.

The Administration for Community Living is leveraging data to train AI algorithms that deliver a greater insight into adult mistreatment research and predictions.

Efforts to secure the supply chain will receive additional attention under new presidential priorities.

Senate and House VA leads are working together to tackle veterans mental health care, vaccinations and more.

NASA, State Department and USPTO leadership are approaching technology with consideration of preventing a major security breach.

The House Subcommittee on Research & Technology advocates for increased funding around AI, data analytics and robotics.

The incoming federal CIO faces digital modernization initiatives during the pandemic response.