Ervan Rodgers shares how collaboration between agencies and the vendor community is improving citizen services and reducing operational costs.
Josh Marcuse reflects on the prospects of virtualization beyond enabling online meetings. How about diversifying the talent pool or eliminating wait times for citizen services?
In a video interview, Adams says that if we look at the challenges we had in the past with data storage, we can see how cloud brings us the ability to remedy storage problems and manage large datasets.
Smith says that COVID-19 has caused the federal government to pay a lot more attention to data.
Bennett described how the COVID pandemic has brought greater attention to data standards, transparency, accessibility and timeliness.
Lauren Knausenberger says that the Air Force is leveraging the current crisis to push forward important technology changes to improve remote work and AI tools.
Informatica's Jitesh Ghai joins FedScoop for a discussion leading up to the Data in Action Summit.
Informatica CEO Amit Walia joins FedScoop for a discussion leading up to the Data in Action Summit.
Los Angeles’ CIO says COVID-19 is pushing them to streamline processes and invest in digital services. A future-ready government requires agility to thrive.
Jamie Holcombe says today’s crisis proves the importance of scalable services. To respond effectively to future events leaders need to review their service contracts.