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GovCIO Media & Research caught up with some of the top federal technology leaders on site to discuss current issues and trends affecting the United States Indo-Pacific Command.
Two Defense Innovation Board studies aim to shed light on overcoming some of DOD's biggest challenges to modernization.
FEHRM officials provide a status update and upcoming plans for the MHS Genesis rollout at military hospitals.
Agencies will see more benefits as well as challenges with the adoption of AI into 2024 and beyond.
Government is on a mission to address health disparities and close gaps through technology.
The plan supports data gathering and expansion, as well as support for community organizations' IT needs.
The pandemic exacerbated the number of veteran suicides in 2021, according to the department.
As agencies strengthen their digital modernization efforts, new threats are emerging.
Zero trust, AI and hybrid cloud were on the minds of defense tech leaders this year.
The agency saw some largescale digital developments this year around EHR modernization and increased health care demands.
A new report outlined China's growing priority in the cyberspace realm and what it means for U.S. national security.
A national strategy on the spectrum outlines a role for the department to assign sections of its designated spectrum to the private sector.
The agency is supporting 16 research centers to improve maternal health nationwide.
Enacting zero-trust architectures is a goal of agencies across government to ensure better cybersecurity.
Implementing the Defense Department’s Combined Joint All-Domain Command and Control (CJADC2) concept will require major development and modernization across enterprise systems, data management and security in each of the military services.
The tax agency is in the middle of a large-scale digitization effort.
The "huge" cyber skills gap also needs to be addressed between the public and private sectors to keep systems safe.
The National Cancer Institute director will step into the job that has been held by Lawrence Tabak on an acting basis for nearly two years.
The AI tech chief outlines new adoption strategy that prioritizes quality data.
Junior non-commissioned officers need opportunities to join new units built to advance technology adoption, enlisted leaders say.