Plotting a course for the automated future of federal work
What's the best way for agency leaders to introduce new automation technologies?
Deloitte says ‘digital reality’ can help agencies accomplish more with less
Tools like augmented reality, virtual reality and 360-degree video can be a boon to the hiring process, for training workers and for enhancing productivity overall, a new report says.
Defense Digital Service redesigns Army Cyber Command training
DDS cut down the training time for Army cyber operations specialists from six months to just 12 weeks in a new pilot.
The State Department wants to teach data literacy to diplomats
In December, the Foreign Service Institute's School of Applied Information Technology started a data science training course. Now they're looking to expand it.
NSA garners new partners in hunt for cyber pros
The U.S. Cyber Challenge, an effort to amp up the country's training for cybersecurity professionals, is joining forces with an NSA-sponsored program to help students as young as middle-schoolers map out a career in the field and prove their expertise through competitions.
Senator grills DOE official over lack of cyber training programs
A shortage in qualified industrial control system, or ICS, cybersecurity professionals — individuals trained to defend the nation’s energy infrastructure from hackers — should cause the Department of Energy serious concern.