IT modernization remains a priority of both parties heading into 2019, and IT spending is set to increase for both citizen and defense budgets, according to new research.
Everywhere you look, government agencies are juggling a number of IT modernization initiatives. Introducing new technology is exciting and leads to better services for constituents, but it can also be extremely challenging to implement for many reasons.
It’s true that all hardware products rely on software. What makes the current software-defined movement different, and not just a buzzword, is the decoupling of hardware and software.
Penned in the 1960s, the “Fifty Nifty United States” song is a favorite of 3rd grade classrooms across the country. But is it’s mantra true, that every state really is unique, and if so, does that uniqueness extend to IT.
One of the biggest hurdles to IT modernization is culture. Here are some practical tips from IT leaders on how to get buy-in across your agency.
Modernization can be daunting, especially in government, where risk aversion dominates decision making. But despite the risk-averse mentality, there are still agencies that have found success in modernization.
What does IT modernization mean to you? That was the question posed to industry leaders at GovLoop’s “Where Collaboration and Digital Transformation Intersect” event.
The federal government is struggling with modernizing with cloud and artificial intelligence (AI) at the private sector’s pace.
Government IT departments are facing the exact challenge of when, what and how to upgrade, as their applications become growingly outmoded and user experience suffers.
A top Office of Management and Budget (OMB) official says that organizational culture is subsequently at the heart of federal IT reform.