At USCIS, digital modernization is key to better data management and better experiences for applicants applying for visas, permanent residency, citizenship and asylum.
Addressing both concerns is key for DevOps, or the practices that combine software development and IT operations for systems development life cycles.
Today, federal workers have the potential to make a real difference in the ways agencies serve citizens, and data is at the center of the movement.
Connected roadway technologies are transforming the driving experience in cities across the globe in terms of safety and effiencency.
Improving the way citizens interact with government is no longer an option — it’s a necessity. What should government consider to improve customer experience (CX)?
In an interview with GovLoop, a Senior Solutions Engineer at Atlassian shared core tenets that agencies should consider when embarking on a DevOps transformation, as well as common pitfalls to look out for.
Agencies need a unified approach to managing digital risks to securely and efficiently operate in today’s digital environment.
Using an application performance management solution, agencies can proactively monitor the end user experience of any local, cloud or enterprise mobile app.
Security operations centers (SOCs) are centralized units that deal with security issues on an organizational and technical basis.
An e-discovery solution can help agencies meet their data and legal demands faster without sacrificing privacy, security or speed.