Although agencies have worked to do the best they can, some IT systems just can’t meet the moment. But cloud solutions can give government workers and their agencies the scale and flexibility to rise to the challenge.
Agencies cannot serve citizens or achieve digital transformation without well-running and secure PCs. Old or sub-par equipment affects employee productivity, results in downtime and leaves agencies prone to security breaches.
Agencies would like to wipe out technical debt by adopting more modern platforms, but they struggle to make that transition. How can they bridge that gap between legacy systems and modern platforms?
The President’s Management Agenda, which established the framework for IT modernization two years ago, leans heavily on innovation. And although agencies have made progress in modernization on several fronts, adoption of innovative technologies hasn’t been seamless.
Embracing modern practices and tools is easier said than done. But these tips can set your agency on the right path to success.
Nearly overnight, NSF moved the core of its business — identifying and funding work at the frontiers of science and engineering — to a virtual environment.
The collective experiences of federal IT departments are serving as case studies that will shape how agencies use technology going forward.
At GovLoop’s fireside chat on Wednesday, two experts spoke about government’s biggest challenges and best practices to provide excellent CX for its citizens.
The sudden influx of teleworkers means IT professionals have to secure infrastructure, applications and systems in a new, and more complex, environment.
Like a federal agency, the Mercy Ships program is mission-driven, with a focus on using IT to improve the quality of care that it provides. Even its back-office systems affect what happens on the frontlines.