We turn now to how a new administration could impact the four envelopes and federal IT in general — at least how we hope it could make an impact.
Early on, network outages disrupted NASA’s remote workers, prompting quickly implemented architectural improvements to resolve those issues.
Remote work is no longer a temporary work arrangement. It requires a new mindset and clear policies to support the shift long term.
The most successful court modernization efforts include technology integrations with other justice partners and increased use of cloud-based technologies.
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Resilience requires agility – the ability to make slight, sometimes frequent, alterations to technology, processes or organizational goals – while staying within budget and staying true to agencies’ missions.
As government agencies move more sensitive workloads to the cloud, they also need to achieve security and compliance requirements.
What started as a goal to improve IT support and service delivery has now become a vision for streamlining many work processes.
SASE helps agencies strengthen security as more users, data and applications move outside the traditional network perimeter.
Enabling employees to work productively is the highest priority for the agency, said USAID Chief Information Officer. But that productivity may look different than before.