Mitchell Weiss joined Gov Actually for a discussion on entrepreneurship in government and how government can continue to evolve despite being thought of as inherently risk-averse.
In a new episode of Let's Talk About IT, acting General Services Administrator Katy Kale joins the podcast to discuss her agency's move to mass remote work, why it's been successful and what's next.
Code for America CEO Amanda Renteria joins the podcast to discuss making government services more accessible to all Americans.
The big data question hanging over CIOs and CDOs is how to derive the most value for their mission? Two specialists from Aerospike describe what modern tools can offer.
Sean Connelly joins Let's Talk About IT to discuss federal efforts to move to a zero-trust security model.
Two members of the OMB review team for the Biden transition discuss what being part of such a team entails and what it was like leading a change in administrations during a pandemic.
A recent Okta and AWS partnership brings a FedRAMP-approved identity solution to the cloud. Cloud security experts share the benefits of this SaaS platform in a new podcast.
Alternatives to traditional PDF software that offer friendlier licensing terms and editing tools can help government overcome challenges in digital document handling.
Ian Jefferies, president and CEO of the American Association of Railroads, joined Gov Actually to describe why the nation's railroad system plays a backbone-like role in its economic success.