Self-service portals for customers, more automation and internal dashboards for business operations are some of the changes you can expect to see as USDA undergoes a massive modernization effort.
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President Donald Trump signed an executive order on May 15 that reinforces many of the provisions concerning CIOs that were previously establish by law. The order also extends term appointments for IT professionals brought in to fill critical positions.
Few people have served as a chief information, technology and security officer in government. Steve Grewal is one of them. We sat down with the current CTO at Cohesity to talk about his career path, how to attract more tech talent in government and what’s top of mind for him.
Federal CIO Suzette Kent and CIOs at Education, Transportation and the Agriculture departments share what skillsets are required for today’s tech leaders.
We sat down with Jonathan Alboum to talk about the government’s modernization efforts, career lessons learned and how he stays balanced professionally.
Read on to learn more about the nuances of Bennett’s job as CIO and how Kansas City is steadily becoming a city of the future.
GovLoop recently sat down with FEMA Chief Information Officer Adrian Gardner to learn how his agency is prioritizing modernization projects, what FEMA is doing to eliminate passwords and more.
GovLoop sat down with Adriane Burton, Chief Information Officer for the Health Resources and Services Administration, to discuss how IT supports HRSA’s more than 90 programs that provide healthcare to people who are geographically isolated and economically or medically challenged.
We recently chatted with LaVerne Council about her time at the VA and what she thinks of the current government IT landscape.
When Renee Wynn started dabbling in government IT, PDAs were just coming on the scene. She sat down with GovLoop to discuss how her career has evolved with technology and the perks and challenges of her job.