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.
Administration priorities to emerge are grant funding, federal workforce compensation, equity, career development, cybersecurity and more.
As opposed to applying office expectations to the remote world, new expectation-setting can go a long way in an arena where the rules are yet to be written.
Government procurement organizations have faced three primary challenges during the pandemic: opacity, corruption and failure to integrate adequte policies.
Making design integral to government will help deliver services efficiently, cut costs and improve the public’s quality of life.
Here are four ways to improve your agency’s user experience (UX) before Joe Biden’s President’s Management Agenda (PMA) comes out.
Our jobs should be to ensure that the goods and services we procure meet minimum cybersecurity/data requirements.So take a look at what your organization’s Ts and Cs are and see how out of date they are.