Leaders in government IT security with practical DevSecOps experience will discuss creative solutions to the problems agencies are trying to solve in the quest to balance automation, security, and compliance.
User-centered design, testing, and iteration have been integral to the building of a better USASpending.gov that will provide greater insights and accountability into government spending.
The TechFAR Hub has continued to expand its offerings to include custom tools, learning center, initiatives, and more.
Small teams within governments, such as 18F and the Defense Digital Service, are successfully driving change by delivering modern websites, mapping systems, workflow management solutions and other high-tech products and services.
Tech companies should seek to understand public sector needs, keep up with the latest trends, focus on security, and recognize what problems need to be solved.
Learn how the Department of Veterans Affairs and the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency are focusing on user needs, deploying changes rapidly, and releasing much better services faster.
A study by MeriTalk explores why legacy systems are so persistent, and how various agencies are tackling modernization.
Rob Musekiwa, Senior IT Consultant at Enfield Council, says the public cloud offered the greatest flexibility and value for reducing costs and modernizing services.
Head of UK’s Government Digital Service Academy plans to help Australian public servants boost digital skills
This transition will be part of the collaborative efforts of Australian Public Service Commission and the Digital Transformation Agency to roll out digital capability initiatives, including “quality assured training to develop digital specialist skills”.
Code For America founder Jennifer Pahlka wants to continue promoting user-centered design as a tool to help public servants figure out what their constituents need.