Now in its 21st year, Esri’s Federal GIS (FedGIS) Conference kicks off March 20-21. Open to all federal government agency workers, this event attracts 3,000 attendees and invites all to share their experience in collaborating, innovating, and connecting their work using spatial analytics technology.
The upcoming GITEC Summit is the perfect opportunity for govies to learn about emerging technologies impacting the federal government.
The cyber landscape is rapidly changing. As federal CIOs work to navigate this landscape, it will be critical to use innovative approaches to grow the cyber workforce as well as modernize cyber capabilities.
As the public sector moves further into cloud migration, it’s crucial to approach the process methodically at your agency.
Over the last several years, agencies have developed a growing range of citizen services with the goal of giving people easier access to information and services through a wide range of channels. These efforts are now shifting into high gear, as agencies increase their adoption of innovative technology, tools and processes to improve the efficiency… Read more »
We need more than just data scientists doing city work; we need a strong ecosystem that will support a smart team of urban data scientists as they assist city leadership in driving successful outcomes for citizens.
Learn what you need to know about modernizing and how these government experts overcame their IT modernization challenges.
To help you understand what proposed changes will impact you, we’ve outlined a mix of management and technology issues ranging from pay and benefits to reducing the size of the federal workforce and new IT initiatives that will change the way you work.
There’s an overwhelming demand for governmentwide programs, knowledge networks and joint pilot opportunities to explore emerging tech such as blockchain.
We pick up the “CIO Conversations” series with Suma Nallapati, who as Colorado’s chief information officer is responsible for much of the state’s tech.