Identity and access management (IAM) is not just about doing security to comply with government requirements. Instead, it’s a means to ensure the consistency and trustworthiness of government services, especially as digital options expand.
As we approach the end of the fiscal year for government, what are you doing to be proactive?
Communities are coming up with creative ways to deal with potholes.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is currently collaborating with the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) to explore several deaths linked to the practice of vaping.
IT controls consist of the procedures and policies that help ensure that technologies are being used for their intended purposes in a reasonable manner.
Understanding the underlying “shape” of the data must be a first step for any policymaker, government leader, or executive. When it comes to crafting new laws that potentially impact millions, a little basic math goes a long way.
The hope is the community will feed into a larger initiative, aimed at embedding AI professionals within agencies to help improve services to the public.
Government leaders and policymakers need to add analogical thinking to their innovation quiver. At the core of analogical thinking is the ability to solve problems outside-in instead of inside-out.
An integrated long-term data retention strategy is key to supporting effective decision-making about the workforce, budget, security and other areas.
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