NSA launches open source training platform for apps, development

The new tool, called SkillTree, was developed for training NSA employees on complex applications as well as software development, but it is available for adaptation by the public.

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Technologies that can help agencies automate processes were a huge help this year, but there are still some pockets of reluctance in government, several state CIOs said.

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The move is expected to save the state government $11.5 million, Gov. Jim Justice said.

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The association's annual survey of its members found that many CIOs are at the forefront of their states' responses to the historic health crisis.

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The Department of Homeland Security wants to ensure its workforce has the skills needed to respond to evolving threats.

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The new lab is to aid U.S. Army robotics development and build on a workforce partnership between the university and the military.

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The city is working with the United Way and Comcast to provide broadband subscriptions and internet-connected devices to low-income residences.

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The U.S. Department of Education is funding participants in its Reimagine Workforce Preparation program through funding provided through CARES Act grants.

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The Air Force wants to train more pilots virtually, leaders have said. They anticipate more virtual training to be safer and more effective for young pilots.

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3,000 airmen have signed up, from the lowest-ranking officers to a two star general.

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In an op-ed, ITIF's Ellysse Dick explains how AR and VR have the potential to transform the way the government works if done properly.

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