Showing up strong: Delivering critical services with agility and at scale
Google Cloud’s global public sector vice president sees a new resiliency in how government agencies are rising to meet critical citizen needs during a national crisis.
Bad data, antiquated systems mean it’s open season for stimulus payment pirates and scammers
Like moths to light, the CARES Act stimulus package will attract COVID-19 pirates – fraudsters and identity thieves who are eager to steal from a federal government under immense pressure to quickly distribute funds.
Needed to fight COVID-19: A program for data on social determinants of health
While recent pandemic data models have been valuable, most of them have left out a critical component: the impact of social context on illness and its relevance to COVID-19.
VA inks deal with Facebook, increases video services for virtual mental health care
The VA says it is has seen its online mental health care services nearly triple as the department tries to limit in-person contact to stop the spread of COVID-19.
JAIC’s new Project Salus links up supply-chain data in fight against coronavirus
The JAIC is working to bring data to the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic through new tools layered into a National Guard dashboard.
White House tells agencies to use technology to the ‘greatest extent practicable’ during coronavirus
The government needs to "harness" technology like collaboration platforms and chat to continue agency operations, a new OMB memo states.