Learn how modernization and innovation are pairing together to help increase efficiency and effectiveness in law enforcement and public safety organizations at an upcoming AFCEA event.
IT modernization is necessary to deliver enhanced functionality, security and efficiency to government employees and the citizens they serve. But in order for agencies at all levels to take full advantage of all modernization has to offer, they have to plan their digital transformation journey to ensure IT aligns to mission need.
At the recent Government Acquisitions event FedFocus: Smart Technologies Accelerating Mission, panelists gave the inside track on how to integrate security into the implementation of new technology with a DevSecOps strategy
Federal CIO Suzette Kent and women IT leaders from across government shared their personal journeys, how they find balance and career lessons.
It’s that time again: The annual Granicus National Summit is taking place right here in Washington, D.C. on April 3. And this year, we have 28 government and industry speakers lined up to present on new trends in digital engagement and modernization in the public sector.
Net neutrality is not as simple as what we see on the nightly news. Here’s what you need to know.
The $1.3 billion bill weighed in at a whopping 2,232 pages, which means there’s a lot to unpack. See what it means for IT modernization.
It’s no secret that public sector data is growing at exponential rates. But with governments at all levels under pressure to do more with less, many agencies are looking to virtualization to meet their growing storage needs.
Government IT is getting an upgrade and the growth of data, regulations, technology updates, expanding agency missions, and external threats are pushing government agencies to modernize IT. In GovLoop’s 2018 Virtual Summit, experts discussed how agencies are entering a data-driven culture as part of their IT modernization journey.
How can your agency’s team improve its software and processes by focusing first on culture and people? Moving to a culture of open source.