New Google program offers digital skills to formerly incarcerated adults
The search giant developed a bank of online resources for nonprofits working with people recently released from prison.
Senate bill looks to boost AI talent in government
Students studying AI would receive scholarships upon agreeing to work in the public sector to start.
Miami Dade College, IBM partner to build tech-focused workforce
Miami Dade College will receive $10 million in assets from IBM over the next three years to expand its workforce development and technology programming.
Remote work works — now fix the culture, CIOs tell NASCIO
State CIO surveys on workforce in 2020 and 2021 show no resistance to remote work, only a concern with developing healthy workplace cultures.
VR helps Texas students prepare career paths early
VR simulations dramatically improved students' self-reported confidence with their career options after high school.
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.
San Antonio invites students to join civic-tech challenge
Students attending local colleges, universities and trade schools are invited to join a local competition to solve real-world challenges flagged by the city.
Top Army general vows for new cyber talent management system
The Army is working to change the way it does cyber talent management, including different fitness requirements and promotion structures.
Report: CISA hasn’t reached full operating capacity yet
Until the agency finishes 57 planned organizational changes, it will remain "difficult" for the agency to confront national cyber incidents like the SolarWinds hack, according to GAO.