Government agencies lean into managed services to stay ahead of IT demands
Two-thirds of respondents in a new government survey say their agency is currently using, or considering using, managed service providers to power their IT needs.
Government agencies harness RPA ‘bots’ to build capacity, improve services
Two-thirds of respondents in a new government survey say their agency has begun using robotic process automation within the last 12 months to streamline workloads.
Remote workers could reduce federal IT skills deficit
New research from FedScoop and WorkScoop highlights need for greater federal IT workforce development planning to address growing concerns over skills gaps.
Survey finds federal agencies embracing zero-trust security model
Recent federal mandates and shifts in commercial practices are driving agencies to move away from perimeter defense to identity-based authentication strategies.
Cloud, AI skills top list of talent needs for federal government CIOs, report finds
7 in 10 government IT leaders say that IT skills gaps have a significant impact on delivering agency missions.
Survey indicates federal agencies lack adequate planning to recover from ransomware attacks
Federal agencies risk losing or compromising critical data from ransomware attacks if they don’t have sufficient policies and recovery systems in place, new study finds.