SBA scaled rapidly to administer pandemic relief. Scaling down will be harder on its IT
The agency lacks a cloud-based platform capable of expanding and contracting during and after disasters, said CIO Keith Bluestein.
The Defense Digital Service played a novel role in securing the Navy’s COVID-19 relief missions
DDS's Rogue Squadron team helped the Navy detect and monitor drones near the USNS Mercy and Comfort hospital ships giving relief during early surges of COVID-19.
If Trump wins reelection, his management agenda will emphasize data, emerging tech
OMB's acting deputy director detailed which Cross-Agency Priority Goals can be expected during a second term.
The 4 federal shared services marketplaces are shaping up
The Department of Health and Human Services may soon be the latest QSMO, while the others have taken strides to build out their marketplaces.
DOD kicks off AI discussions with allies
The JAIC's new Partnership for Defense kicked off this week, talking about ethical and responsible uses for AI.
NIST quantum consortium gets steering committee to focus work
The committee comes two years into the Quantum Economic Development Consortium effort to build a QIS supply chain.
DHS improves internet security with EIS award to MetTel
DHS was only 26% of the way toward transitioning off Networx in August.
GSA adding supply chain requirements to major contracts
2GIT, STARS III and other governmentwide acquisition contracts are all part of the more "proactive approach" to protecting federal information systems, say officials.
Inside Treasury’s modernization of governmentwide financial shared services
In establishing standards, the department quickly realized core systems live or die during the integration process with others — including its own for reporting.
AR and VR can transform government work beyond the pandemic — if done right
In an op-ed, ITIF's Ellysse Dick explains how AR and VR have the potential to transform the way the government works if done properly.