Cloud computing can successfully modernize any agency who considers its impact on its people, processes, technology and citizens beforehand.
“It’s much like taking an old barn car and putting a new coat of paint on it. Underneath the hood, you’re still going to have that same misfiring engine.”
Ransomware is a malicious software that is increasingly frightening to federal, state and local agencies – and the citizens they serve – nationwide.
Creating meaningful online training opportunities that can measure authentic learning may be more important than you think.
Now is the perfect moment for CIOs to leverage their skills and elevated roles to drive successful progress beginning with human-centered design.
In today’s new virtual workforce, the word “trust” sparks the need for leaders to rethink how to develop working relationships.
“The goal of the Agile approach is to develop and release working software on a more frequent basis, reducing release cycles from months or years to just weeks or days.”
As the world’s largest employer, the Defense Department’s innovation strategies can inform and improve other agencies that follow them.
Here are three steps your agency can follow to make automation comfortably fit its workforce and operate more efficiently.
Most agencies have been more innovative during the COVID-19 pandemic. But after weathering the pandemic’s first year, many haven’t charted a course ahead.