The hiring freeze is officially over! If your team or department is now seeking new talent, it’s a great time to refresh and improve the onboarding process.
Even though the Beaver State might be dealing with these common challenges, there are many IT improvements and innovations underway.
The White House recently announced its budget for the upcoming year. One interesting line item had to do with paid parental leave. Specifically, the new budget proposes funding six weeks of paid leave for any new parents. There’s some discussion about whether the plan is valid for economic and logistical reasons. Nevertheless, it raises a… Read more »
Federal spending on information technology would increase 1.7 percent to $95.7 billion in fiscal 2018 under President Donald Trump’s budget proposal — up from $94.1 billion this year.
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With the technology available for almost any analysis, organizations can make steps to take advantage of the big data and data analytics trends. Here’s what governments should do.
I recently met with more than 50 representatives from the top IT services companies and talked about the good and the bad in federal acquisition. Some of the discussion was surprising … some not so much. The key takeaways include some changes that are fairly simple for government to implement, yet have big impacts.