Can the press and Congress fix government’s technology problem?
In this contributed commentary, DCode42's Andrew McMahon explores how the press and Congress can help government overcome its technology problem.
Could a chief innovation officer help the ailing U.S. Postal Service?
A bipartisan bill seeking to get the U.S. Postal Service back on track financially would add a new leader to the agency charged with finding "innovative" products that will help it generate revenue.
CDM — a pilot for a central IT modernization fund?
The Department of Homeland Security’s governmentwide Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation cybersecurity task orders can serve as pilots to show the effects a centralized IT fund could have on bolstering agencies’ modernization efforts, officials working on the program said.
OMB offers Trump a playbook for continued tech progress in exit memo
Shaun Donovan lays out the technology initiatives he believes the incoming Trump administration and 115th Congress should focus on.
FirstNet opens $30M grant for broadband apps and innovations
The federal agency wants to harness ideas from academia, nonprofits and the private sector to enhance communications for first responders.
MyVA 311 shows how feds are taking innovation cues from cities
Streamlining the veterans information service reduced the number of callers waiting to talk to humans to almost zero, thanks to input from city innovators.