Automated cyberthreat intelligence pilot reduced states' response times to minutes
States that participated in the pilot cut the time needed to block malicious domains from three days to three minutes.
Ohio State researchers outline ‘smart’ job growth post-COVID
A new study from university researchers offers the central Ohio region six ideas to prepare for jobs of the future.
US military researchers may have found a more productive vulnerability discovery process
Automation is the key to running more efficient vulnerability discovery research, U.S. military researchers say in new research.
Nearly 75% of states launched chatbots to aid pandemic response
Surging demand at health and labor departments spurred adoption of chatbots in state government, according to a new NASCIO report.
Pandemic's budget shortfalls push states toward automation
As chief information officers anticipate working with smaller budgets and smaller teams, automating processes, they say, appears increasingly necessary.
'Citizen developers' help Texas city build digital services quickly and affordably
More than 30 non-IT employees in Garland, a Dallas suburb of about 240,000, taught themselves how to design digital workflows making government more efficient.
GSA’s coronavirus bot shows how RPA can supplement pandemic response
The agency needed to process a lot of data about infection counts in areas where it runs federal buildings. Robotic process automation (RPA) cut down a lot of repetitive, manual work that humans were doing.
Margaret Weichert details federal workforce progress, and what’s to come
Building in agility to federal service, she said, is "absolutely critical."
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.