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Trump Announces Major Cabinet Reshuffling OMB and Interior will have new leadership next year.
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Inside the Disaster Zone: Meeting the challenges of emergency response with force-multiplying technologies When disaster strikes, ...
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FBI Faulted for Procedures for Smartphones that Forensics Can’t Scrub Watchdog’s review of Strzok-Page text messages prompts changes in ...
Wisconsin’s Outgoing Governor OKs Bills to Limit Executive Powers of His Successor Democratic Gov.-elect Tony Evers criticized the ...
HHS Restores Obamacare Guidance on Outreach to Latinos Agency stresses that career staff control website, encouraging enrollment.
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Four Traps in Federal Recruiting, and How to Avoid Them As the need for talent is increasing, competition from the private sector is growing fiercer. Read more
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Artificial Intelligence Unleashed How agencies can use AI to automate & augment operations to improve performance.
Modernization Nation: A look at updating the federal government's technology and operations The push to modernize the government’s IT systems, across all its branches, is ramping up. In this ebook, we’ll discuss how policymakers have set the tone for IT modernization with objectives and directives and how agencies are attempting to meet them.
Government Data Detectives: How agency data shops are fighting fraud As federal agencies turned to data analytics, they've been able to break up high-dollar fraud rings in the mail, health care and even prisons. This special report examines how successful scam-busting shops tap tools and talent to save taxpayers' money.
Software Enables Innovation As policymakers in Washington continue to debate information technology strategy, IT professionals in federal agencies need to be ready to put it all into place to better serve the agency’s objectives and the public interest.
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