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.
Research shows people remember information better if it’s presented to them in a virtual environment. When this information is considered through the lens of effective employee education, integrating XR into training programs seems to make sense.
On Wednesday, government IT experts at GovLoop’s virtual summit were pleased that over half, or 58%, of respondents said they were not worried about losing their jobs to automation.
For government agencies, the next stage of the cloud journey is cloud-native development, moving from monolithic programs to smaller, portable applications
Agencies and departments are constantly being tasked to do more with less. Here are three of the main challenges to government modernization efforts.
With campaigns of mass and fake comments plaguing public feedback mechanisms for regulatory agencies, GSA seeks public input on potential solutions.
There may not be a map to the future, but Esri’s story map technology certainly seems to be taking us in the right direction.
During an interview with GovLoop, NASCIO Senior Policy Analyst Amy Hille Glasscock argues that RPA’s benefits far outweigh its costs.
Now that threats increasingly strike a widening array of systems, government needs to conduct its operations, development and security as an ensemble of efficiency.