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With so many tools available, agencies are grappling with product sprawl. To reign things in, agencies are turning to software factories to take their DevSecOps efforts to the next level.
As we grapple with the reality of social distancing, I’m hoping XR will be one of many solutions to bring us closer together as we seek out ways to experience meaningful connections.
The National Museum of African American History and Culture (NMAAHC) has baked the DevOps mindset into its organizational structure.
Robotic process automation (RPA) can help agencies, their employees and the public save energy, time and money by automating manual and repetitive tasks.
At GovLoop’s online fireside chat on Wednesday, defense and industry experts sat down to talk about the state of gov tech adoption and the efforts improve adoption processes and mindsets through organizations like NavalX.
Eventually, agencies must confront a hard truth about their legacy mainframe environments: While reliable, stable platforms, they’re not exactly innovative.
The problem has been that traditional security solutions lacked the flexibility needed to adapt to changing requirements, but that mindset is changing.
XR could be a game-changer in the workplace for everyone—and specifically the one in four U.S. adults living with a disability. But, there’s a caveat. For XR to make good on its promises, it’s essential that it’s designed to be accessible.
Jose Arrieta, Chief Information Officer at the Health and Human Services Department, shared how he has used his strengths to take managed risks.