General Services Administration will use AI to monitor AI
A command center-like Evolve Wall will soon display the life cycle of the agency's ongoing emerging technology deployments.
GSA wants to be an ‘end-to-end digital entity’
The agency has digitized most of its intellectual assets, but now it wants to reengineer its business processes to continually improve their efficiency.
Technology Business Management could play a role in future FITARA Scorecards
As OMB unveils more data on TBM, the hope is, Congress will use it as another measure on the bi-annual FITARA Scorecard.
GSA charges forward with digital transformation amid pandemic
In an exclusive video interview, CIO David Shive details GSA's telework efforts amid coronavirus and how the agency has been able to keep its sights set on digital transformation during the pandemic.
GSA’s first CDO, Kris Rowley, has left for the private sector
Since Rowley's departure, Deputy Chief Information Officer Beth Killoran has been leading the CDO and CTO teams.
GSA CIO: Sweeping app rationalization doesn’t mean IT spend will drop
The agency reduced the number of apps from about 1,800 to 200 in its CRM system alone, but savings will be spent elsewhere, said David Shive.