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Eventually, agencies must confront a hard truth about their legacy mainframe environments: While reliable, stable platforms, they’re not exactly innovative.
The problem has been that traditional security solutions lacked the flexibility needed to adapt to changing requirements, but that mindset is changing.
The Census Bureau believes that government employees can play a valuable role in encouraging their constituents to respond.
For government agencies, AI has the potential to be transformative, providing an unprecedented leap in the ability to manage operations, deliver services and support the mission. But like any new technology, AI requires the right platform.
Agencies can’t afford not to have a strong data backup and recovery strategy. That’s just a given. The challenge is coming up with a strong backup and recovery strategy that they can afford to maintain as their data requirements grow and evolve.
The Air Force is in the vanguard of major organizations that are looking to something called zero trust architecture. GovLoop sat down with William Marion, the service’s Deputy Chief Information Officer (CIO), to learn more about its strategy.
For government agencies, the next stage of the cloud journey is cloud-native development, moving from monolithic programs to smaller, portable applications
Chief Information Officer Dana Deasy discusses how the department’s massive cloud contract will serve as a platform for broader DevOps and artificial intelligence efforts.