Theresa Szczurek, Colorado’s new Chief Information Officer, joined GovLoop for an interview to address how her state tackles concerns like cybersecurity, data governance and hiring and retaining IT talent.
It’s clear that government can’t wait any longer before moving IT to a DevOps approach.
Craig Orgeron, Mississippi CIO and former NASCIO President, spoke with GovLoop on Jan. 24 about his top priorities, cybersecurity, hiring, CX and other state IT initiatives.
When resources are limited, and demand is on the rise as it is today from citizens, IT can quickly become overwhelmed. One way to move forward? Increase your IT maturity around service and project management.
Some payroll and shared service centers said that employees affected by the shutdown can expect retroactive pay no later than Jan. 31.
A recent Pew Research Center report shows that many Americans think the U.S. is prepared to handle a cyberattack, but recent federal reports show there’s work to be done.
The partial federal shutdown has spurred furloughs at crucial agencies for cybersecurity, including the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA), a Homeland Security Department component.
More people are thinking about their retirement right now because they’ve been under pay freezes, budget cuts, sequestration and furloughs.
DLA estimates that it could save $2 million a year in productivity by using Robotic Process Automation (RPA) to complete routine tasks.
In an interview with GovLoop, Jim Westdorp, Chief Technologist at Ciena, and Steve Opferman, Senior Director of Innovation at CenturyLink, explained the components of an Adaptive Network and how it can help agencies keep pace with rising bandwidth demands while balancing budgets and crucial mission needs.