Built to Last

A Survey on Organizational Data Efficiency in Times of Crisis

Planning for Life After Government

There's a lot to consider before leaving a federal career. Federal retirement specialist Tammy Flannigan offers valuable insight for those contemplating a change.

Future of the Army

Tomorrow's Army will rely ever more heavily on leveraging advanced information technology, artificial intelligence and data analysis. Defense One takes a look at how the service is trying to stay ahead of America's adversaries.

Value in the American UAS

The development of unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) has provided government and defense customers with a powerful tool for emergency situations and battlefields across the globe. Wide adoption by government agencies and defense forces has also raised concerns about the safety and security of foreign-made drones. Given this dynamic, government and defense customers need to consider American-made UAS products that are secure, reliable and have the capabilities needed to complete the mission.

The Great Data Debate: 3 Challenges Facing Agencies and How to Overcome Them

In the past decade, the way federal agencies and the public create, consume and share data has changed drastically. It may be a good time for government entities to take one step further and tap into the power of data analytics to improve the constituent experience.

The Path to Robust Cloud Defenses

While the coronavirus pandemic has given added momentum to a transition already underway, concerns about security threaten to undermine these efforts. With a platform approach and a network-based security fabric, agencies can leverage modernized tools to effectively safeguard government data and applications in the cloud. They can gain greater visibility to disaggregated resources, and align their cloud efforts with the zero trust and risk management methodologies driving federal IT security efforts.

Beyond COVID-19: State and Local Governments Build on Digital Transformations Post-pandemic

Even as society has reeled from the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, public and private organizations have taken some giant leaps forward in information technology. Here, Grant Thornton’s Graeme Finley discusses key lessons learned — and how agencies can prepare for the next crisis.

Uncovering the Trends and Challenges: Shaping Today's Health IT Landscape

With COVID-19 vaccine distribution still underway, the emergence of a new Delta variant, and telehealth services continuing to expand, healthcare in America looks a lot different than it did even just a few years ago. The past year and a half has proved challenging, but it has presented a window of opportunity for federal health agencies to reimagine and rethink how they operate. For instance, the transition to telework led to an acceleration of the adoption of modern technologies, such as cloud and automation.  As agencies enter this brave new world of health IT, they face a number of key decisions. It won’t be easy, but with the proper tools at their fingertips, organizations will be equipped with the expertise and confidence to address the evolving needs of customers and stakeholders.

Drive Business Performance With Strategic Cost Optimization

Prioritize the top cost optimization initiatives for your Public Sector IT function. Identify where to reduce, protect and invest to drive mission success and efficiency, this Decision Framework helps you prioritize cost optimization opportunities by value, not just the potential to reduce spending.

A Master CIO in Government

Government CIOs can seize this opportunity by adopting the 10 common traits of a master CIO to help them become dynamic and inspirational leaders.

The Future of Artificial Intelligence

This series examines the impacts of AI across government, from R&D spending to mission delivery.

Averting Catastrophe

Predictive Maintenance in the U.S. Military

Embracing Zero Trust: A Guide for Agencies to Address the Cybersecurity Executive Order

To help accelerate the adoption of Zero Trust and Threat Intelligence strategies, it's important to first understand how to protect data from endpoint to cloud. Discover how a comprehensive Zero Trust strategy can make security an enabler.

Thriving in the Age of Hybrid Work

As the world begins to slowly emerge from remote work, government agencies are reviewing ways to maintain productivity, boost collaboration and appeal to a workforce that spent the last 18 months working in pajama pants while children and pets played in the background. The workforce that emerged from the pandemic has increased cloud use for operations, which is highly digitized and more mobile than ever before.

To Move or Not to Move

A government-wide study of mainframe migration

The Program Integrity Checklist: How State and Local Governments Can Mitigate Fraud and Abuse

Federal relief funding was intended to give those devastated by the coronavirus pandemic a financial shot in the arm. Instead, hundreds of millions of taxpayer dollars landed in the hands of brazen fraudsters. Now, agencies are applying lessons learned to avoid similar instances going forward.

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