Despite acquisition challenges, agencies report push for cloud adoption
In a new report, federal IT executives say they are eyeing cloud adoption models even if the federal acquisition process inhibits them from speeding their efforts.
Federal IT leaders report advances in cloud adoption for critical services
Executives foresee a majority of IT investments swinging toward cloud computing models over next three years, but face implementation hurdles, according to a new report.
Federal agencies are achieving demonstrable value in AI, survey shows
IT executives indicated their agencies are adopting artificial intelligence to manage and make sense of volumes of data, one-third of which have seen results within the last five years.
Federal IT executives anticipate big shifts in IT investment spending over the next two years
New study reveals how federal agency IT investment strategies help — and hinder — government’s adoption of cloud and artificial intelligence.
Cloud migration increasingly important to federal agencies’ missions
Two-thirds of federal executives in a new survey say moving to cloud-based IT services will free up funds to reinvest in IT modernization, though obstacles remain.
Closing the gaps in cybersecurity resilience at U.S. government agencies
A new survey of IT leaders at civilian, defense and intelligence agencies suggests the threat landscape is evolving quicker than their agencies can respond.