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.

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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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More often RPA is being introduced across a few use cases as controls often have yet to be established.

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Developers who led the sprints, design and configuration couldn't test the SaaS, cloud-based solution at first because of how different it was.

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NSA brass wants to increase the agency's use of AI in defensive and offensive operations.

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Meet the 54 leaders driving the federal government's digital transformation.

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A top federal cybersecurity official said Wednesday the Department of Homeland Security often lacks a clear picture of state and local governments’ network security, even as foreign adversaries increase their attempts to disrupt all levels of the public sector. And while federal agencies are getting better at working with state and local authorities, they face an ongoing challenge of staying ahead of an evolving threat landscape. “We don’t have good…

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A new publication dedicated to the workforce issues keeping public sector IT leaders up at night.

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