Where do you fit in when it comes to accepting innovation? Are you on board or are you getting left behind?
If any agency can be thoughtful about anticipating the externalities of implementing new technology, there’s no reason that “modernization” shouldn’t be a core value of an agency versus a half-hearted attempt at not falling farther behind.
Three main takeaways from the first-of-its-kind government job fair held in Silver Spring on Nov. 6.
In a recent interview, Jonathan Wiersma, General Manager of HR Solutions at CivicPlus, shared key drivers influencing tech adoption among HR professionals.
As roads deteriorate and highway fatalities continue to rise, citizen satisfaction with public transportation offerings is faltering. Now more than ever, it is critical for the public sector to invest in digitized transportation.
Content is called king for a reason. Make sure the internet can see your actual content, not just a link.
Blockchain and chatbots and AI. Oh my!
Automation tools like Red Hat’s Ansible — an open source IT configuration management, deployment and orchestration tool — can help agencies turn their security posture from reactive to proactive.
At GovLoop’s Gov Trends Virtual Summit, we heard from Nadav Benbarak, Director of Industry Solutions at Okta, and John Harrington, CSRA’s Chief Architect supporting the Office of the CIO. They explained how identity and access management (IAM) can play a central role in every technology strategy agencies must embrace to modernize.
Larry Gillick, Deputy Director of Digital Strategy at the Interior Department, is on a quest to champion good ideas and processes — no matter where they come from.