Changes in government technology have improved a number of processes in recent years, but they’ve also come at a cost, namely in cybersecurity.
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Learn what you need to know about modernizing and how these government experts overcame their IT modernization challenges.
Mallory Barg Bulman, Vice President at the Partnership for Public Service, discussed recent agency rankings with Christopher Dorobek.
For those working in public service, such looming unknowns — Will the government remain open? Will my programs be cut or continued? — can create a number of management challenges. Christopher Dorobek spoke with Tom Fox, Vice President of Leadership and Innovation at the Partnership for Public Service, to discuss how government employees can demonstrate… Read more »
We’ve put together a list of five of the most important government stories to keep an eye on in the first part of 2018.
Though innovation is necessary for agencies to continue to deliver on their missions, it is often difficult for new technologies to take hold in government.
Kirit Amin, one of the seasoned guard of federal government technology executives and currently the chief information officer at the International Trade Commission, will retire for government, he confirmed to the DorobekINSIDER. He will be stepping down at the end of the year. The departure is the latest to a growing list of CIOs who… Read more »
The November edition of DorobekINSIDER Live dives into the nitty gritty of shortcomings in government customer service and where it can improve.
In his new book, “A Seat at the Table,” former USCIS CIO Mark Schwartz explains how the roles of IT leaders in government are changing.
In order to make our healthcare system better, providers need to get away from an emphasis on the quantity of services delivered and move towards recognizing and rewarding quality, high-value care.