One of the pitfalls in adopting DevOps is what you might call Peter Pan Syndrome.
There is no “quick fix” to the government’s cyber challenges, but four recent initiatives could help chart a new course for improving the nation’s cybersecurity.
NSFs Sivagnanam believes the next several years could prove critical in laying the groundwork for the broad use of artificial intelligence.
Many agencies have become so militant in the day-to-day implementation of Agile that the rituals and documentation become more important than iteration or adhering to the values of the Agile Manifesto. In this article, learn ways agencies can embrace agile practices while still adhering to regulatory requirements.
These eight tips will make your agency more capable of responding to, recovering from and operating during disturbances like cyberattacks.
The right technology and talent are key to managing a surging scale of grant money.
The new EO rewrites the federal government’s approach to cybersecurity and improves the confidentiality, integrity and availability of public sector data.
The $350 billion COVID-19 aid has the potential to not just offer pandemic relief for state and local governments but fund a more equitable future as well.
The new “new normal” for the federal workforce will be a far more flexible environment, featuring more full- and part-time teleworkers and blended workplaces, according to the administration.
Though not directly funded by any congressional dollars, Biden’s cybersecurity executive order trails a watershed funding surge for government technology.