Now, the challenges around remote work is not so much a technology issue but a policy one, said Rob Beutel, the Air Force’s Deputy Chief Information Technology Officer.
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The COVID-19 pandemic has taught organizations ranging from the Air Force to Dell valuable lessons about working remotely.
Often, trusted best practices like “start small” are repeated at government conferences like they’re the IT national anthem.
The Air Force is in the vanguard of major organizations that are looking to something called zero trust architecture. GovLoop sat down with William Marion, the service’s Deputy Chief Information Officer (CIO), to learn more about its strategy.
The Defense Department is following in the footsteps of companies like Tesla and Nextflix, both of which use an automated approach to develop, secure and release software.
Data and automation were at the top of the talking point list for 2020 when federal officials and an industry partner spoke at GovLoop’s online training, “Gov’s Technology Wishlist,” on Tuesday.
The Air Force is looking to buy more cloud services, DevSecOps licenses and talent to prepare its IT efforts for mission success.
Capt. Michael Kanaan added that he hopes AI becomes as ubiquitous as horsepower across the entirety of America’s armed forces.
Much like the military’s use of the Defense Language Aptitude Battery to test a person’s ability to learn a foreign language, the Air Force is developing an assessment tool to help determine a recruit’s ability to operate in the cyber domain. There are assessments out there today, but the Air Force needs to decide how… Read more »
The Air Force is the single largest consumer of energy in the federal government. Last year alone the Air Force spent more than $9 billion on fuel and electricity. The energy bill constitutes more than 8 percent of the Air Force budget. But it could of been much higher. Dr. Kevin Geiss is the DeputyRead… Read more »