Data management platforms play vital role in future of government work
Modernized data systems enable higher value work, but also can make a difference in recruiting and retaining IT workers.
NOAA missions reap the benefits of low-code development as product owners
While the technology isn't new, agencies' use of it is just beginning to take off.
Agencies need leadership buy-in to innovate, officials say
Agency leadership needs to be fully on board with modernization projects if agencies are going to innovate, according to two federal technology experts who lead such projects in their agencies.
FDA deputy CIO: Security vital to IT strategic plan
With pharma companies in some cases spending $1 billion to develop a new drug, it's crucial that FDA protects the submissions it receives, said FDA Deputy CIO Brad Wintermute.
Air Force using DISA-built system for new procurement IT
The U.S. Air Force, in a rare example of cross-service standardization, will use a cloud-based procurement system built for the Defense Information Systems Agency as the basis for its own acquisition software, according to procurement documents.
Managing Mission Programs in the Agile Age
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Why DISA has the right IDEAS for military procurement
Commentary: The Pentagon is researching business process management software to replace aging procurement systems. But Appian's Chris O'Connell says DISA may already have what the department needs.