Agencies have spent countless hours responding to the COVID-19 pandemic. Now is the time for agencies to shift their focus to resiliency efforts.
Cybercriminals see new opportunities to attack agencies by exploiting unsecured cloud-based services that were deployed as part of the shift to remote-work.
Technology that improves remote-working capabilities for government employees is eligible for CARES Act funding. So, too, is technology that supports social distancing, such as solutions that provide COVID-19 updates, allows remote bill-paying or facilitates remote meetings.
Digital meetings can be convenient, but they don’t work for both citizens and government employees – at least, not right away.
RPA can help federal agencies move from their initial reaction to COVID-19 To long-term planning for digital work realities.
GovLoop has three tips for agencies hoping to modernize their mainframes without hitting people, process or technology barriers.
If governments employ the technology Gen Z is dependent on, they can harness Gen Z’s energy, creativity, ideas, and diversity to great benefit.
The Marine Corps needed new mobile training systems with technology that could facilitate modernization of aged logistics processes and procedures.
When willing to utilize the variety of available training and productivity software, teams can almost seamlessly transition from the office to their remote workspaces.
Technical debt is the amount of time agencies cling to technology that isn’t current, putting them increasingly behind cutting-edge tools.