Inside the Army’s rapid IT response to COVID-19, with Lt. Gen. Bruce Crawford
In an exclusive interview, Lt. Gen. Bruce Crawford describes the Army's ability to rapidly adapt and innovate during the coronavirus pandemic and how it led to continued mission outcomes in uncertain times.
The Army’s financial management systems have enough tech. Here’s what they need next.
Hint: It involves people.
Air Force wants cyber experts to ‘make a living’ off hacking its tech
The Air Force wants to do so many bug bounties that hackers can "make a living" off it. Eventually, hackers will be a brought into the design process.
As DCSA surpasses background investigation goal, is Trusted Workforce 2.5 likely?
The Defense Counterintelligence and Security Agency set a goal in December to reach a “steady target state” of 200,000 cases pending.
Remote work to be a 'lasting feature' for state IT offices
Several state CIOs predict that widespread telework will linger in government long after the COVID-19 pandemic ends.
DHS still finding a balance between enterprise architecture and CDO functions
As more agencies within the federated department appoint chief data officers, enterprise architecture shops are having to adjust to dual-hatting.
Senators want USDS to aid state and local government's IT modernization rush
In a letter to congressional leadership, a group of senators requested funding and waivers on barriers preventing collaboration between levels of government.
USAJOBS consolidates coronavirus response job openings
The new code will help agencies prioritize hiring for mission-critical work.
DOD launches task force of CIOs to combat teleworking challenges
The DOD has set up a CIO-led task force on "teleworking readiness" as employees work from home on an unprecedented scale.
Some officials say government's mobile work culture might stick
If state and local governments are smart, some technology officials say, they'll take advantage of the cost savings that expanded remote working could bring.