Productivity projections assume that federal workers and executives are widely empowered to make the most of the new AI tools at their disposal, but at present, this is not the case.
Crises are clarifying events, and the pandemic is making clear the limits of IT systems built for a different era.
As the dust settles and pandemic restrictions ease in the coming months, government agencies have a prime opportunity to shift from a state of reactivity to proactivity.
Why securing data and managing cyber risk must now become critical elements in agency ERM frameworks.
As the past few months have shown, close collaboration and aggressive sharing of lessons learned can pay big dividends.
Buying into a common framework advances objectives that go beyond a single organization and enables an entire system to operate in a more unified way. For governments, this translates to better service for constituents.
To allow federal agencies to realize 5G's full potential the government must address concerns about 5G and cyber risks.
Many vendors lack transparency into their own supply chains. So how can vendors – as well as their government customers — be assured that their sub-tier suppliers do not pose threats or vulnerabilities?
The spirit of the EIS program is modernization, but it seems pressure to meet established timelines may be working counter to that goal.
Despite its critical importance to our national security and everyday lives, GPS is highly vulnerable to attacks and technical errors that have already caused serious disruptions.
A seasoned practitioner has some advice on how agencies can optimize their implementations of CDM tools, policies and processes.
Why data management is key to successfully realizing AI's vast potential to improve productivity, patient care, and public health and safety.