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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.
Federal CIO Kent announces jobs tailored to cyber reskilling graduates
So far, there are roles listed at the Department of Homeland Security, Environmental Protection Agency and Department of Veterans Affairs.
‘Rigid’ pay system blamed for Federal Cyber Reskilling Academy struggles
The U.S. Merit Protection Board has some ideas for a reskilling program that has yet to mint any new cybersecurity experts.
As the Cyber Reskilling Academy’s second cohort moves on, trainers reflect on the impact
CYBRScore's rankings of applicants doubled as a way to baseline the 20 participants selected for the second cohort.
Agency CDOs say building a data-savvy workforce is top of mind
Two federal CDOs said building a data-savvy workforce is very much front of mind at their agencies.
Suzette Kent: Toughest challenges in federal AI adoption will be in ‘middle’ layer
"The journey now is to the much more difficult things," the Federal CIO said.
Savings from RPA should be reinvested in IT, says Federal CIO
Agencies should plan to take whatever money they save from implementing robotic process automation (RPA) and reinvest it in other information technology projects, Federal CIO Suzette Kent said Thursday. The reinvestments would require a few things to be in place, Kent said. Agencies would have to properly track the budget and workforce effects of RPA, which mimics the
Applications open for second Federal Cyber Reskilling Academy cohort
The White House Office of Management and Budget and the Federal CIO Council announced Tuesday that they have opened applications for the second round of the new, and popular, Federal Cyber Reskilling Academy. “With over 1,500 applications to the first cohort, there clearly is an interest for cyber security within the federal government,” Suzette Kent, federal CIO,