Supporting the DoD’s Mission: Two Strategies for Improving Data Integrity Testing
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by Rebecca Sammons
1d ago
At the annual Advantage DoD 2024: Defense & IC Symposium, leaders from defense agencies and industry will come together to discuss how technology can be used to support warfighters and mission readiness. The modern warfighter must use autonomous technology to adapt and respond quickly to changes in their environment. Lieutenant Commander Shane Halton, US Navy Assistant Intelligence Officer for the USS Carl Vinson, explained how data integrity testing is critical to the DoD’s mission.   “The question of data curation [and] data accuracy verification has been really central to our ..read more
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The 2024 Federal 100 Recognizes IT Leaders in the Federal Government: Meet the Department of Labor’s Andrew Stettner
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by Nina Jacobs
2d ago
Federal government agencies, academic institutions, and industry partners have dedicated time, resources, labor and funding to keeping ahead of an increasingly complex technical landscape. The Federal 100 Awards, considered the most prestigious awards for the federal IT community, present an opportunity to recognize the leaders driving that innovation forward.  For this episode of the Government Technology Insider podcast, we invite a guest host, Dale Smith, Director of UI and Workforce Programs at TCS – Tata Consultancy Services, to speak with Andrew Stettner, Director of the Office of U ..read more
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Welcome to the Experience Age, Where Total Experiences Drive IT Modernization
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by Rebecca Sammons
3d ago
With the arrival of the Internet the world entered the Information Age, where everything you could ever want to know was just a click away. The public has access to so many web-enabled services – be it apps on their mobile devices or storefronts on their computers – that now the focus has shifted to refining user experiences. In the Experience Age, consumer experiences are shaping how the public expects to interact with government agencies when they are accessing services. So, how can federal agencies best meet these expectations? To answer that, Government Technology Insider talked with Maxim ..read more
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The U.S. Army is Adopting Advanced Cybersecurity and Records Management Support Solutions to Support the Mission
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by Nina Jacobs
3d ago
The United States Army has many competing priorities to manage in defense of national security. Adversaries including China and Russia are major forces of destabilization including in the cyber domain. To counter these threats to national security effectively the U.S. Army is adopting next-generation cybersecurity, and records management solutions to ensure preparedness. Robust and resilient IT solutions are critical for the U.S. Army to respond to threats, deter aggression, and cultivate a modern digital infrastructure. This year’s Michigan Defense Expo (MDEX), taking place on April 23 – 25 ..read more
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Can the DIB Deliver on its CJADC2 Promises to the Military?
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by Matt Jones
3d ago
In my last article on Government Technology Insider, I discussed my experience as a participant and attendee at the recent AFCEA West Conference in San Diego. I also shared three incredibly important CJADC2 questions that dominated many of my discussions at this year’s event.   Those questions were:  Is the right data getting to the right place at the right time and in a way that benefits the warfighter?  Can we connect everything together to generate and disseminate actionable intelligence?  Is the defense industrial base (DIB) meeting its promise to the military ..read more
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The Three Big Questions Facing the Military’s CJADC2 Initiative
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by Matt Jones
4d ago
Last month, the Sigma Defense team had the incredible opportunity to attend the annual AFCEA West Conference. Hosted each year in San Diego, California, its organizers call AFCEA West the preeminent sea services event on the West Coast. But it’s much more than that, really. It’s an opportunity for many of the military’s senior decision-makers across the U.S. Navy and other services to come together to discuss their largest challenges in the single most important AOR on the globe today.  The INDOPACOM AOR contains not one – but two – of America’s near-peer and peer adversaries. These pacin ..read more
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Four Automation Tools to Address Today’s Challenges
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by Rebecca Sammons
4d ago
According to a report published by Resolve, more than 80 percent of IT leaders want to use automation solutions to improve speed, efficiency, and cost savings. Automation tools empower federal agencies with the ability to overcome a number of challenges, such as skilled workforce shortages, cybersecurity concerns, and customer experience optimization. However, because there are so many different types of automation solutions, it can be easy for an agency to misdiagnose what tool will best address the challenge(s) they’re facing. Selecting the wrong automation tool can create unnecessary comple ..read more
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Keeping Critical Infrastructure Safe: Guidance for Federal Agencies
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by Audra Simons
1w ago
Earlier this year, Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) issued an alert that Chinese-backed hacking group Volt Typhoon had compromised the IT environments of multiple critical infrastructure organizations as part of a larger plan to “compromise and maintain persistent access to U.S. critical infrastructure.” At the same time, cyber operations are continuing to prove essential to the war in Ukraine. Evolving cyberthreats coupled with the rise of new cyber warfare applications should prompt the United States and its federal agencies to bolster the security of their digital ope ..read more
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Four Human-Tech Trends Shaping the Future of Government Service Delivery
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by Anita Puri and Bryan Rich
1w ago
The emergence of generative AI over the past 18 months has revealed the increasingly dynamic nature of human interaction with technology and data. Looking forward, within the next few years the advent of ever-more human-tech tools and capabilities will bring major changes to government services built on new ways to access and utilize data, the expanding capabilities of AI, the potential of spatial computing, and the use of human interfaces to better understand human behaviors. Here are the four key human-tech trends encapsulating the rapid evolution we see Gen AI bringing to government service ..read more
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Why Working with Hackers Gives Governments an Edge
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by Michael Woolslayer
1w ago
Last year, state and local governments experienced a significant increase in cyberattacks conducted by state-sponsored hackers. Whether it’s a local or state target, such as the attack against the City of Dallas or directed at a federal agency involving state-supported cybercriminals, the list is, unfortunately, likely to grow as 2024 progresses. While these incidents make dramatic headlines, other potential incidents are deterred by the work of ethical hackers, who actively seek out vulnerabilities in software and computer systems to identify and report weaknesses before malicious actors can ..read more
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