States begin deliberations on whether to opt into FirstNet or develop their own complementary network.
The General Services Administration is looking improve its FASlane process with machine learning and distributed ledger technologies.
A robust social media strategy can help agencies meet some of their transparency and engagement goals and produce a tangible return on investment.
As more federal agencies look to modernize their IT portfolios, they’re analyzing budgets and resources to ferret out redundancies and untapped potential. But that’s often easier said than done.
Since becoming acting CIO for the Defense Department on March 1, John Zangardi has his work cut out for him.
The federal government is getting a centralized site to handle Freedom of Information Act requests. The Department of Justice’s Office of Information Policy will work with the 18F digital services shop to create a one-stop for all 119 agencies covered by the transparency law.
Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program director Matt Goodrich outlined six preliminary criteria for software-as-a-service vendors whose offerings are considered low-risk under a new process currently under review called FedRAMP Tailored.
As a man famously reluctant to use computers, President Donald Trump must lead a government that is ever more reliant on technology for service delivery and national security.
The Unified Shared Services Management Office is looking for a shared software-as-a-service solution capable of improving internal administrative services.
To make citizen services more user friendly and efficient, agencies must change how they approach IT.