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08/18/2021
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Government Powered by Data

In a new special report, FedScoop explores the federal government’s recent efforts to better enable data as a strategic asset, the trends that are emerging since the creation of the Federal Data Strategy, the challenges agencies are facing, and what’s on the horizon. Read the Special Report.


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AT&T expands IT apprenticeship program supporting national security agencies

The telecoms company has expanded an IT apprenticeship program that trains entry level talent in support of federal national security agencies. Dave Nyczepir has the story.


NARA targets digitization of 500 million pages by 2026 in draft strategic plan

The National Archives and Records Administration has published the first draft of a new strategic plan that includes an ambitious target to digitize 500 million pages of government records by 2026. John Hewitt Jones has the details.


IRS partners with Code for America to launch child tax credit portal

Digital tech nonprofit Code for America is developing a new online system for the Internal Revenue Service to allow families to claim child tax rebates and other tax benefits more easily. John Hewitt Jones has this also.


GSA seeks fresh expertise to help improve transparency around IT spending

The General Services Administration is interested in contracting personnel capable of providing better information on federal IT spending through data analysis, according to a request for information issued Thursday. Dave Nyczepir has this also.


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The growing demand to digitize citizen-facing services risks overwhelming agency networks, especially in rural offices that may not have reliable access to their agencies’ wide-area network. But the good news is that networks have changed greatly over the past three years, and agencies — with the help of acquisitions contracts like EIS — have access to alternatives to network access, such as satellite, broadband and cellular, says IT executive James Clevenger. Hear more from Clevenger.


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