Army piloting new talent management pipelines to guarantee career paths
The Army wants to retain its talented officers. So it's letting them have more predictability in their careers to keep them in uniform.
Why the economic pendulum is swinging in favor of managed services
Verizon Data Breach Investigation Report pegs managed services as key factor for making big reductions in threat-discovery time and augmenting workforce.
Agency IT chiefs see ways to improve mission services in pandemic
Twelve government and industry leaders discuss the opportunities to advance cloud, security and agility in government, during the pandemic and into the future.
DHS is rebalancing cyber support contracts
The Department of Homeland Security wants to ensure its workforce has the skills needed to respond to evolving threats.
Security concerns have agencies reaching a tipping point toward managed services
The breadth of IT and cybersecurity challenges, along with a critical shortage of talent, make managed and professional services a compelling option for federal IT departments.
Virtual workspaces boost hiring capabilities, says former SBA deputy CIO
Guy Cavello says the pandemic boosted secure remote work capabilities which can help agencies dip into a larger talent pool to fill IT skills gaps.