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Former HHS OIG CIO Gerald Caron takes on a new role as ITA CIO.
CIO Brian Campo unpacks the upcoming launch of the service's first software factory and his cybersecurity priorities for the year.
Join our researchers for a look back at 2022’s top health IT trends and what to expect in 2023.
The National Institutes of Health's STRIDES Initiative wants to enable all researchers to share and use data in the cloud.
A new zero trust strategy may alleviate department challenges in creating a connected ecosystem on military bases.
FDA published its Cybersecurity Modernization Plan, the fifth "MAP" in a years-long effort that began in 2019.
VA is turning to data standards to improve health care as more veterans use personal health monitoring devices.
The Pentagon's Chief Digital and AI Office will focus on enabling AI at the combatant command-level in 2023.
White House legislation prompted VA to accelerate diversity strategies across the enterprise and ensure equitable service delivery to all veterans.
AI, zero trust and software modernization highlight an unclassified version of the Defense Department's defense strategy.
Digitization is key for trimming unwieldy pen-and-paper processes, improving patient care and health workers' morale.
Showing leadership the value of supply chain risk management is key for better cybersecurity and fewer cyber incidents.
A joint HRSA-ONC initiative is supporting interoperability and data exchange.
CISA's new directive aims to improve asset visibility and allow to manage cybersecurity risks federal agencies face.
Data standards and governance determine federal agencies's readiness for zero trust.
The service sees a modern workforce a requirement for delivering modern services and data capabilities.
Reducing technical debt, ensuring zero trust cybersecurity across all connected systems, and developing a strong data foundation will be critical for winning future conflicts.
CISA said moving to hybrid cloud also reduces cybersecurity complexity.
The six-month extension will allow DISA to develop a SIPRNet-specific zero trust solution for JADC2.
Technically focused wings of the federal government have begun investing in the computational resources needed to sort and analyze large quantities of complex data.