Automation tools like Red Hat’s Ansible — an open source IT configuration management, deployment and orchestration tool — can help agencies turn their security posture from reactive to proactive.
At GovLoop’s Gov Trends Virtual Summit, we heard from Nadav Benbarak, Director of Industry Solutions at Okta, and John Harrington, CSRA’s Chief Architect supporting the Office of the CIO. They explained how identity and access management (IAM) can play a central role in every technology strategy agencies must embrace to modernize.
Larry Gillick, Deputy Director of Digital Strategy at the Interior Department, is on a quest to champion good ideas and processes — no matter where they come from.
In his new book, “A Seat at the Table,” former USCIS CIO Mark Schwartz explains how the roles of IT leaders in government are changing.
With more people consuming information online than ever before, governments must find ways to modernize their citizen experiences.
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Each year, government agencies lose billions of dollars due to fraud, waste and abuse. Government agencies tasked with fraud prevention are increasingly turning to geographic information system (GIS) platforms — utilizing maps, geo-enrichment and sophisticated data analytics — to tackle fraud, accurately identify patterns and problem areas and improve organizational efficiency.
Today’s connected technology will soon become pervasive in government and elsewhere. Being good at connected tech will be good for your career.
Learn how predictive cost analysis has helped the National Nuclear Security Administration better manage aging federal infrastructure.
Platforms like Amazon Web Services (AWS) are transforming the way government thinks about storage, integration, cybersecurity and analytics, and are helping agencies overcome common data challenges.