“Insider threat” is an ambiguous phrase, as it denotes any individual with access to an organization’s insider information.
With a narrow talent pool, very specific IT needs, and stiff competition from the top STEM organizations, government agencies can struggle to recruit the right talent. Here’s some advice.
Do you know what an API is, why it helps government and what you need to use them? Find out in this blog, then learn more on GovLoop Academy.
RPA uses software bots to perform static, routine tasks that are usually done by human workers.
Codified in the Modernizing Government Technology (MGT) Act, the Technology Modernization Fund (TMF) offers agencies parcels of money – that over time have to be repaid – to rebuild their cyber and technology systems.
At the General Services Administration’s emerging technology symposium, speakers explained how to select, initiate and maintain an RPA project.
Fear not – GovLoop’s latest explainer video describes why blockchain might become the protection today’s governments need.
While service outages may seem inevitable, they can be prevented. By leveraging a single platform to map, understand and remediate service issues, agencies can continue to deliver mission-critical priorities, saving time, resources and ensuring utmost trust from the public that government serves.
USDS pairs the best and brightest technologists with top federal employees, combining their talents on major challenges facing America.
Keeping one foot in the cloud and one in the agency can present organizational challenges, particularly in regard to IT skillsets and network management.