Agency leaders anticipate a post-pandemic hybrid work environment
Even with vaccines coming, there could be a push for a hybrid workforce with a mix of in-person and remote employees, federal IT officials told FedScoop.
USDS pilot to hire data scientists at 10 agencies closed in less than 2 days
The agencies plan to use subject matter expert-led assessments to determine if applicants qualify for the positions.
The pandemic isn’t the only thing pushing CIOs to modernize IT
Many needs predate the global crisis, according to the Professional Services Council, and will need attention moving forward.
How IT modernization has helped HUD better manage its finances
The department's CFO pushed for an early partnership with the Centers of Excellence that are helping with its data analytics, contact centers, cloud adoption and customer experience.
TIC-mas is here: CISA issues network security guidance for remote work
The draft Remote User Use Case is the latest addition to Trusted Internet Connections 3.0 core guidance, along with the Reference Architecture: Volume 2.
Saving the federal cyber and AI workforce from obsolescence: How to attract and retain a new generation
In an exclusive op-ed, CSET's Cindy Martinez explains why the federal government needs to focus on attracting Gen Z talent to fill critical skills gaps in cybersecurity and AI jobs.
Experts want a Biden fellowship targeting young technologists
The Biden administration would have until fall 2021 to start the Digital Corps, which could grow to compete for thousands of recruits annually, under a new proposal.
Federal Data Strategy Year 2 action plan will continue ‘foundational’ actions
Data governance, infrastructure and the workforce remain areas in need of improvement, said the chair of the federal CDO Council.
Agencies’ EIS transitions modestly slowed by pandemic, so far
Only five agencies have taken GSA up on its offer for coronavirus-related assistance, though that number could grow as more task orders are awarded.
White House pushes civilian agencies to use trustworthy AI in new executive order
The order borrows heavily from principles already established by the defense and intelligence communities, extending them to those outside the national security space.