IT professionals sometimes fall back on the belief that they’re uniquely dysfunctional as an excuse not to act. Under the influence of this attitude, your team clearly won’t be able to accomplish anything great.
The more agencies incorporate employees’ needs into their training and development, the better prepared they will be to embrace new ways of doing business.
Here are four areas where the government is currently doing well, along with four areas in which it could improve going into the 2020 technology landscape.
Learn how government can make the most out of unstructured data thanks to modern digital solutions.
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.
Robotic process automation takes the burden of repetitive tasks away from employees by processing them automatically, instead of having employees do them.
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The “Innovation Community Center” (ICC) is a digital hub that will invite internal and external stakeholders to solve challenges using emerging and inventive technologies.
Martin Stanley, Senior Advisor for AI in the Office of the Chief Technology Officer at DHS, shares how his agency uses AI to combat cyberattacks.
Randall Knol, an IT specialist at the Census Bureau, explains how the agency is implementing AI to correct data imputations caused by human error.