The Army wants to be able to freely send data back and forth from its legacy and business systems to the tactical edge. Key to doing that is its strategy to unify tactical and enterprise networks and creating a common "data fabric." But will it work?
The General Service Administration plans to scale up the Login.gov program to make digital identity verification a more equitable and secure practice after it was awarded nearly $187 million through the Technology Modernization Fund.
The commitment to managing cyber risk is a primary concern, but is often consolidated with IT priorities. This creates a conflict – does IT or security come out on top?
Army CIO Raj Iyer wants to overhaul IT policy so it doesn't stand in the way of the services' goal to become more technologically agile.
The agency is using robotics process automation to send out contract changes to contractors covered by the White House's vaccination requirements.
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Small business owners testified on Capitol Hill about getting squeezed by category management and contract bundling initiatives.
The agency is modernizing its online appeals system used by feds. Accessibility needs to be a central part of that entire process, said agency officials.