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IT transformation

The collaborative effort combines the compute-power of multiple systems to progress worldwide, scientific discovery.
The agency is putting public health announcements, guidelines and facts on COVID-19 front and center.
The pandemic sheds light on what health agencies have been developing to enable faster health-data exchanges for patients and providers.
Organizations are transitioning to remote work in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The rules require patient health information sharing among providers for improved patient care.
The agency is considering human-centered design in its solutions that cut down manual labor and time.
The agency is implementing blockchain along with other tech to modernize the current system.
The agency released a final strategic report suggesting ways to relieve provider EHR burdens and improve care.
The No. 2 leader reiterates the agency's goals toward cutting costs and empowering patients with data.
Government is looking toward successful service delivery using human-centered design.
Two prominent government officials shared support for ONC's proposed rules and patient access to their data.
Leadership is taking a behind-the-scenes approach to IT in the delivery of health care.
The agency looks to streamline its financial services system through tying IT reforms to a broader modernization push.
Lawmakers discuss opportunities for the federal government to compete with industry for top talent.
Artificial intelligence and cloud computing offer great capabilities, but the federal government needs support from industry to optimize best practices.
In the past year, agencies have cooperated on national security and security policy
Beth Killoran demonstrated the ability to rapidly adapt to unexpected circumstances and customer needs.
A civic tech fellowship program aims to increase the young talent pipeline and help meet agencies’ mission needs.
The first update to the policy in 12 years will enable further IT transformation.
Federal leaders hope AI use cases will spur innovation across government.