VA brings in FedTech for employee innovation trainings
The group will train Veterans Health Administration employees on "new ways to use innovation and creativity within VA."
How STEAM education can prepare students for the workforce
Commentary: Technology is a key to students integrating into an increasingly global economy, says edWeb.net’s Eileen Belastock.
Fun and games can raise cybersecurity awareness in state government
North Carolina's capture-the-flag exercise is extending cybersecurity concerns beyond the office of the chief information officer.
Indiana chosen for National Guard's latest cyber battalion
The country's fifth cyber battalion will provide a "larger blanket of protection" against the United States' adversaries.
State IT workers should adopt 'consultant' mindset, Tennessee CIO says
Stephanie Dedmon told NASCIO's 2019 conference that her staff needs to focus on customer needs, not just the tech.
Govern for America hopes first cohort spurs interest in government work
The national fellowship program is striving to rebrand careers in state and local government as a challenging and meaningful adventure.
Tech accelerator Dcode evolves to meet government need of training
Dcode started as a tech accelerator helping companies do business with government. "But we realized we were only solving half the problem," said its CEO.
Who can make sense of the U.S.'s 738,000 credentials?
A new report from Credential Engine found the number of credentials is growing fast, but the value and relevance of each one remains unclear.
Texas starts mandatory cybersecurity training for government employees
A new law requires nearly all state and local employees across the Lone Star State to undergo annual cybersecurity education.
Marquette U. to expand computer science access for local K-12 district
A $2 million federal grant will be used to improve access to computer science education in Milwaukee Public Schools.