Learn what you need to know about modernizing and how these government experts overcame their IT modernization challenges.
To help you understand what proposed changes will impact you, we’ve outlined a mix of management and technology issues ranging from pay and benefits to reducing the size of the federal workforce and new IT initiatives that will change the way you work.
Technology is constantly changing as new tools are developed and old tools are modified or repurposed, and these commercial innovations are having a growing impact on how we govern.
Digital transformations in government are not easy or automatic — they are a journey. Still, tools and methods are available to accelerate strategic planning and execution, while providing a means to improve user experiences and maximize resources.
Next-generation networks enable agencies to meet a wide variety of mission needs, including improving cybersecurity, citizen engagement and employee productivity.
When Renee Wynn started dabbling in government IT, PDAs were just coming on the scene. She sat down with GovLoop to discuss how her career has evolved with technology and the perks and challenges of her job.
For federal agencies seeking to confront tightened budgets while keeping pace with the rapid rate of technological innovation in 2018 and the years to come, Pivot3’s next-generation hyperconvergence is the smart path forward.
There's an overwhelming demand for governmentwide programs, knowledge networks and joint pilot opportunities to explore emerging tech such as blockchain.
It's clear that technology built for consumers can have immediate impact in many government agencies. The first step in realizing these benefits is for government IT professionals to expand their search outside of traditional beltway vendors and commit to updating their procurement processes to make way for the latest advancements in technology.
Too often IT project teams create additional blockages that prevent investments in the latest technology the 21st century has to offer. While these arguments sound reasonable, they often don’t hold water upon closer inspection. Let’s discuss some of these arguments and why they should be avoided.