$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.
How the Army is wrangling its 187 personnel data systems
Most officers will take part in the Army Talent Alignment Process in October for their summer assignments, a new, data-driven assignment system.
RPA is helping with FDA’s drug evaluation and research
The number of repetitive, manual tasks being performed by Food and Drug Administration employees with medical degrees is declining as they're automated.
At DEF CON’s aviation village, the military is interested in more than just the hacks
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.
Suzette Kent: Toughest challenges in federal AI adoption will be in ‘middle’ layer
"The journey now is to the much more difficult things," the Federal CIO said.
The AI warfighter is coming, and it starts with dogfighting
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.