Think tank launches cybersecurity training for state officials
The National Cybersecurity Center's new campaign is aimed at improving awareness among the state legislators who fund IT and cybersecurity policies.
Air Force updates Digital University with new career tracks
The Air Force's Digital University launched new features aimed at making it more accessible to users looking to develop tech skills.
NSA launches open source training platform for apps, development
The new tool, called SkillTree, was developed for training NSA employees on complex applications as well as software development, but it is available for adaptation by the public.
Air Force continues push on virtual training with new contracts
The Air Force wants to train more pilots virtually, leaders have said. They anticipate more virtual training to be safer and more effective for young pilots.
As Air Force’s Digital U grows its ranks, it looks to refine course work
3,000 airmen have signed up, from the lowest-ranking officers to a two star general.
GSA introduces on-demand IT Acquisition University
The program offers on-demand training content conducted by IT and acquisition experts in the agency's Information Technology Category.
National Security Commission on AI recommends digital reserve corps and academy
The ideas would help to increase the technology workforce in the government and retain workers in the private secretor through a reserve corps like the military.
CIO Council report recommends improvements to federal IT hiring
The report's top recommendation is to create a comprehensive special pay system for IT jobs across government.
‘STEM Corps’ legislation would fill DOD’s gaps in tech talent
The bill by Reps. Jim Banks, R-Ind., and Andy Kim, D-N.J., would create a scholarship pool for students to receive tuition assistance in exchange for service in the DOD as tech specialists.