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How Technology is Changing Government
Rep. Gerry Connolly renewed his call for the federal chief information officer and chief technology officer positions to be filled.
Rep. John Ratcliffe wants DHS to issue a binding operational directive to end a $7 million Equifax contract with IRS.
Actual connected devices may fall short of the 50 billion experts were predicting would join the internet by 2020.
October is National Cybersecurity Awareness Month, and it’s going to be busy.
The Senate reconfirmed Pai to a four-year term.
Three analytic practitioners share best practices for building a successful analytics shop.
Rep. Robin Kelly kicks off Thursday's morning event on IT modernization.
Matt Lira, special assistant to the president for innovation, will clarify the office’s role in government.
Thursday's Tech + Tequila explores how the public sector is responding to the ecosystem of connected "things."
Find out what the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency and Veterans Affairs Department offer their employees to boost skills and spark innovation.
The federal sector's technology problem is worse than the president's thinks.
Learn how agencies are improving their digital service delivery, basing decisions on mission outcomes and customer satisfaction.
Learn lessons from agencies that successfully modernized their tech systems.
On Thursday, we’ll explore advancements in AI policies and applications across both civilian government and the national security apparatus.
When it comes to customer service, can the government really do more with less?
We'll chat with three data scientists at our first Innovation After Hours event of 2017
Drones can do more than make deliveries.
Agencies need to know their inventory and infrastructure before they start migrating, the SBA CIO said.
A lesson in how not to manage a project.
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