Philadelphia's first 'Pitch & Pilot' aims to reduce waste with tech

The effort is the latest to bring the private sector into the city government's fold and compensate for limited workforce.

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For Illinois College Assistant CIO Marc Benner, drilling holes into cement walls became part of his job description as he replaced legacy Wi-Fi infrastructure.

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Federal employment is competitive, so the program will make its process more transparent.

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USA Staffing plans to launch new integrations with DHS's E-Verify and the Pentagon's forthcoming National Background Investigations System in 2020.

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The next system must meet Defense Digital Service security standards.

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Apple, Facebook, Google, IBM, and more are working to nix requirements and eliminate gender-biased job descriptions.

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Most officers will take part in the Army Talent Alignment Process in October for their summer assignments, a new, data-driven assignment system.

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The number of repetitive, manual tasks being performed by Food and Drug Administration employees with medical degrees is declining as they're automated.

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The Defense Digital Service's newly minted chief, Brett Goldstein, tells CyberScoop his team intends to use the DEFCON aviation village as a way to attract recruits to hack the Pentagon.

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"The journey now is to the much more difficult things," the Federal CIO said.

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DARPA's new Air Combat Evolution program is one step in a tall ladder to get warfighters to trust AI like they do fellow service members.

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