One important tool in the arsenal of federal and state government agencies looking to fight the opioid crisis are prescription drug monitoring programs (PDMPs).
federal agencies must innovate the way they leverage IT to keep pace with the demands of today. To do that, many agencies have turned away from traditional IT models to embrace software-defined data centers.
Government leaders from the Veterans Affairs and Agriculture departments shared their thoughts on the law and implementation at their agencies.
Governments sit at the precipice of a digital, connected landscape. While they are uniquely positioned to create and carry out solutions to some of society’s most pressing problems, effectively implementing the organizational changes necessary to keep pace with the digital world remains a challenge.
Foreign governments and insider threats – careless or untrained insiders – are growing cybersecurity dangers for government agencies at every level.
In the next few years, the digital workplace should be an organizational priority, as the workplace transformation is the key to longevity.
While the data revolution can seem at odds with the pace of physical infrastructure development and the need for careful planning and consistency, the use of data can move the needle in transportation departments in beneficial ways.
SD-WANs differ from traditional wide area networks (WANs) by separating the networking hardware and the mechanism for controlling it across vast distances.
The key to transforming government and creating sustainably healthy, vibrant, and safe communities is to break down these burdensome silos.
Adaptive Networks are automated and programmable networks that can configure, monitor and maintain themselves, as well as adapt to changing requirements.