NOAA missions reap the benefits of low-code development as product owners
While the technology isn't new, agencies' use of it is just beginning to take off.
The Army is working on a battlefield AI ‘teammate’ for soldiers
The Army is bringing AI to the battlefield with a new system developed to improve threat-detection through computer vision and other real-time data analysis.
Security tools still among the fastest-growing apps in corporate America
KnowBe4, Jamf, and Splunk saw huge growth.
Montana is retiring its mainframe
With just three legacy applications left, officials say they’re nearly ready to move on to a new era in computing.
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.
$120K for dorm Wi-Fi upgrades? College CIO does it himself instead
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.
USAJOBS aims to provide applicants with better job updates
Federal employment is competitive, so the program will make its process more transparent.
OPM looks to expand modernized USA Staffing program in 2020
USA Staffing plans to launch new integrations with DHS's E-Verify and the Pentagon's forthcoming National Background Investigations System in 2020.
Pentagon partners with GSA on procurement pilot to replace military recruitment system
The next system must meet Defense Digital Service security standards.
15 major companies announce effort to tackle cybersecurity workforce recruitment issues
Apple, Facebook, Google, IBM, and more are working to nix requirements and eliminate gender-biased job descriptions.