With a secure digital workspace, agencies can make their applications and data available to any employee on any device in any location.
In an effort to replace costly and aging technology and rightsize its data center footprint, the Homeland Security Department (DHS) is looking to shift significant portions of its $6.8 billion IT portfolio to the cloud.
Potential partners for your modernization project are at various levels across your agency. Here are some practical ways to connect with those groups.
Adam Clater, Chief Architect for Public Sector at Red Hat, stressed that taking advantage of the cloud must extend beyond the basics in government.
If you haven’t had a chance to look through the spending legislation for this fiscal year, we’ve highlighted some interesting points in the areas of IT and the federal workforce.
Federal agencies are capitalizing on the “Shark Tank” model to pitch and fund high-impact technology projects that will improve citizen services, boost security and reduce outdated and insecure systems.
The Small Business Administration is a leader in IT modernization. GovLoop talked to SBA CIO Maria Roat to pinpoint what led to the agency’s success.
GovLoop hosted a panel Wednesday afternoon about the shared burden agencies face in IT modernization and the best steps agencies can take going forward.
Software licensing can be disordered, and understanding the risks involved can require time. How can agencies control the chaos and understand the risks?
One of the biggest challenges an agency faces when implementing IT reform is cultural. Just ask NSF Chief Information Officer Dorothy Aronson. Her message to agencies: Start now and be bold.