More attention is being given to how data can solve challenges around digital services. Artificial intelligence and machine learning are powerful tools that can help.
Imagine you have a massive cache of digital family photos, and you’re looking for images of your child’s kindergarten graduation.
One of the most important decisions agencies make is whom they choose to hire.
With widespread adoption, AI will become a powerful companion to government decision-makers and leaders. But the technology alone won’t do much.
There are many ways to overwhelm employees: budget and staffing shortfalls, hastily sketched out ideas, too much technology. But there are ways to help people avoid burnout and do well with what they have.
It takes new strategies and technologies to build systems that work equally well for remote and in-office employees. Here are thoughts on making hybrid work secure and successful.
Here’s how an Orange County court built its first data warehouse and became a blueprint for the state of California.
Here’s some good news: Your security tools generate a lot of data, and you can put that data to use.
The challenge federal agencies face with data isn’t just one of constantly exploding volume. It’s also one of velocity — the ability to ingest, analyze and draw value from that data in a relative blink of the eye. Too often, however, they’re working with systems and tools designed for a smaller scale and more deliberateRead… Read more »
Ask intelligent minds from across government to talk about innovation, and there’s one thing they all say: It can be a long and difficult journey. Here are insights from public-sector experts and industry gurus.