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How automated analytics can improve digital services, security and workflows
AI-enhanced operations platforms and automated orchestration tools are proving instrumental in improving government IT security and citizen services.
Using outcomes-based RFPs to modernize IT infrastructure faster
Agencies have a once-in-a-generation opportunity to replace legacy IT infrastructure using GSA’s EIS contract but need to think bigger when drafting their RFPs.
Huntington Ingalls to acquire cybersecurity, R&D company Alion for $1.7B
The deal will boost the defense contractor’s presence in the military intelligence and cybersecurity market.
Better government CX requires leadership plus IT modernization
How the U.S. Air Force’s example illustrates the art of the possible in improving customer experience in government.
Pentagon installs Garstka as acting CISO for acquisition and sustainment
John Garstka is a DOD veteran and former chief technology officer for the Joint Chiefs of Staff.
Dynamic information sharing depends on deploying the right automation
Automation enables IT systems to adapt at the ‘speed of need.’ But making automation work with complex security and mission needs requires experienced partners prepared to take on and manage the risks.
Delayed DHS biometrics system’s risk management issues persist
GAO says acquisition practices for the new system, HART, must also be improved.
White House allocates $9.8B to cybersecurity in 2022 budget request
The Biden Administration has also asked for $500 million to be added to the federal government's Technology Modernization Fund.
Tech companies write to Biden administration pushing commercial tech preference
Salesforce, Palantir, Splunk and DataRobot are calling for federal agencies to follow commercial existing preference regulations.
USPS considering 30 edge AI applications to automate mail processing
The new capabilities would boost the new Edge Computing Infrastructure Program's ability to process mail.