The Navy seeks to integrate all telework capabilities in long-term solution
The Navy is thinking big on its future telework suite, using more time to develop a broader set of tools that will be more integrated.
Tech upgrades could save Chicago millions, a working group found
One estimate shows savings of more than $225 million if the city government moves its legacy IT systems to cloud-based storage and management systems.
DOD working to expand telework to support classified information
The DOD wants its teleworking platform to handle classified information as it looks to keep remote work a reality for the long-term.
Air Force wants to reserve its cyber experts for big jobs while AI plays defense
The Air Force sees defensive cyber measures as the best place to start when it comes to using artificial intelligence.
Labor Department lends a hand with states’ overwhelmed unemployment systems
The Department of Labor and other federal partners have formed a "response team" to help with overwhelmed state unemployment systems, CIO Gundeep Ahluwalia told FedScoop in an interview.
For federal CIOs, telework boom shows how existing IT investments pay off in new ways
It's no secret: IT modernization investments are paying off in a big way, say tech leaders at federal agencies.
AI needs humans ‘on the loop’ not ‘in the loop’ for nuke detection, general says
“What we have to get away from is ... 'human in the loop,' or sometimes 'the human is the loop,'” said Gen. Terrence J. O'Shaughnessy.
DHS cloud migration faced initial training hurdle
The department is more concerned with security, network monitoring and application management than it is with which cloud it uses, said the Information Sharing & Services Office's executive director.
State Department saw ‘significant’ IT staffing reductions during federal hiring freeze
Civil service staffing for IT positions declined 6.3% through May 2018, according to an Office of Inspector General report.