Each weekday afternoon, Francis Rose will discuss the latest news and trends facing government leaders on such topics as technology, management and workforce. The program will explore headlines of the day as well as in depth discussions with top executives in both government and industry.
Every month, Let’s Talk About IT explores the most pressing topics in federal IT in depth, including modernization, cybersecurity, data management, emerging technologies and more. Top experts from across the government technology community join the FedScoop team for an engaging look into how they are navigating the trends and challenges the face in this space every day.
A podcast dedicated to the use of technology in top defense initiatives & the future of U.S. military ops.
Chainalysis’ Brian Capra says a better understanding of cryptocurrency can help agencies improve how they investigate and respond to terrorist and cybercriminal activities.
The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) has a new training module for veterans and their families to access mental health research and information through Trailhead, a free online learning platform.
Salesforce’s Paul Tatum explains how IT modernization and digital transformation are key drivers in improving customer experience.
Brilliant in 20 is back with guest Monica Ager Jacobsen, an attorney-adviser in the Office of the Legal Adviser at the U.S. Department of State.
Splunk cybersecurity expert shares his insights on the intersection between threat intelligence and automation and what that means for the government’s cloud journey.
Splunk Chief Technical Advisor Lisa Palmer highlights lessons agencies can take away from the banking, service and retailing sectors to improve security as well as performance.
Celonis’ Chris Radich explains how agency leaders can gain actionable insights from data through process mining and improve delivery of citizen services.
Gov Actually returns with a new episode on the impact of a recent Supreme Court decision on federal regulations.
As IT and federal leaders worked more closely to adapt to emerging needs, federal CIOs have wider options and opportunities, says a former Pentagon CIO.