In adapting to the crisis, Colorado’s IT office has found itself in a position where it can accelerate its push for IT transformation because the crisis has already put transformation at the top of the agenda.
Today in agencies nationwide, most government payroll, HR and workforce operations use decades-old software, which is costly and difficult to maintain.
At the National Science Foundation, the Chief Information Officer and Chief Data Officer has been on a mission to create an environment where reskilling and upskilling are commonplace.
How do you define digital transformation? Many people talk about the technology that enables transformation. But at a higher level, you might also say it’s about culture.
Mainframe systems arent going away anytime soon. Here’s how agencies can press past the hype of modern versus legacy and focus on data and people.
GovLoop has three tips for agencies hoping to modernize their mainframes without hitting people, process or technology barriers.
Whether it is working remotely, software development or something else, agencies can’t become more agile without making their workforces a key part of the solution.
Any discussion about improving the security of the federal IT enterprise sooner or later comes around to the topic of network visibility.
When it comes to innovation, agencies are pinning much of their hopes on analytics, particularly when putting their vast stores of data to use.
There is no better time to reevaluate how we live, how we learn, and how we work. One workplace norm that should be examined closely is the use of timesheets in a knowledge economy.