Reviewing current travel plans and updating personal contact information are a few of the housekeeping items feds should address during this time.
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The National Institutes of Health and Bureau of Labor Statistics are among the agencies using AI to save time and money and free up employees to solve more complex problems.
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Cities and states have realized a need to fine-tune the ways they ensure everyday citizens could access data and make sense of it.
Here are five in-house steps government agencies can take to help create a stronger line of defense from unknown cyberthreats.
To better understand the role technology, specifically data analytics, will play in rolling out the 2020 census, GovLoop sat down with Lisa Blumerman, Associate Director for Decennial Census Programs.
Data analytics is a hot topic in government and one that continues to gain traction. Agencies are increasingly relying on analytics to help fight diseases, combat fraud, improve citizen services and more. To better understand how the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is using analytics, we heard from Ana Penman-Aguilar, Associate Director for Science... Read more »
Amid increasing natural disasters and cybersecurity threats, state and local governments need business continuity plans to minimize disruptions to employees, citizens and IT resources.
This Q&A is part of a new GovLoop series called “CIO Conversations.” Throughout 2018 we’ll feature conversational interviews twice a month with current and former federal, state and local chief information officers to get to know the people behind the titles. You’ll learn about the perks and challenges of their job, how they ended up... Read more »
The ability to quickly and effectively share information across the criminal justice system can be a matter of life or death.