DoD needs modern technology that makes it easier for warfighters to access data and manage critical applications. Hybrid cloud fits that bill.
James Collins is also the new president of the National Association of State Chief Information Officers, and he shared NASCIO’s 2019 goals.
A webinar from the Public Technology Institute (PTI) and the National Association of State Chief Information Officers (NASCIO) highlighted key priorities for state and local government technology officials.
House legislators unanimously backed a bill that aims to elevate the federal CIO’s position and urges the creation of a plan to promote greater security across the nation’s digital infrastructure.
The partial federal shutdown has spurred furloughs at crucial agencies for cybersecurity, including the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA), a Homeland Security Department component.
Transportation Department Chief Information Officer Vicki Hildebrand recently sat down with GovLoop to talk about the IT progress her team has made thus far, including shrinking the IT footprint and strengthening the workforce.
Matt Gibbons, Senior Director of Public Sector at SAP Concur sat down with GovLoop to explain how agencies can afford a more modern IT environment that supports emerging technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning.
In an interview with GovLoop, Jim Westdorp, Chief Technologist at Ciena, and Steve Opferman, Senior Director of Innovation at CenturyLink, explained the components of an Adaptive Network and how it can help agencies keep pace with rising bandwidth demands while balancing budgets and crucial mission needs.
New guidance is out for the Trusted Internet Connections (TIC) initative, which seeks to enhance the federal government’s network security.
With the direction that government IT has been headed, it seems like every agency is fighting to get into the cloud. But how can an agency know if the cloud is actually right for them? And how can they make sure that they are as cost-efficient as possible while trying to take those next steps?