A 2023 career goal may be to better familiarize yourself with some key technologies that are currently in the early stages of use in government – artificial intelligence and zero trust.
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Automation can make analyzing data so much easier. It can help agencies tell better “data stories” that put the information in context. Automating isn’t easy, though. Here’s advice from an industry expert.
Data analytics, in simple terms, can be compared to doing a jigsaw puzzle: The automated analytic tools make much quicker sense of 1,000 random puzzle pieces than a human ever could. But the shift to data analytics requires some planning.
NSFs Sivagnanam believes the next several years could prove critical in laying the groundwork for the broad use of artificial intelligence.
With properly deployed AI, maintaining a predictive security posture is possible, and the key is to focus not just on protection, but on prevention.
Using human-centered design to make AI controllable, comprehensible and predictable is vital, and the U.S. government is well-positioned to lead the charge.
Equitable listening is the backbone of leadership, from agency front lines to the C-suite. Seeking to understand the needs of those we serve is paramount.
Wondering how to position yourself as requirements for data skills increase? The Government Accountability Office could be the model you’re looking for.
Where interactions suffer is when the quality of data doesn’t match documentation requirements. Improving the citizen experience can resolve these issues.
Responsible for carrying out the election were not just poll workers and election officials, but thousands of IT staffers around the country who defended against cyberattacks.