Fueled by technological, legislative and policy developments, 2017 marked an important transition year in the future of government IT that will shape decisions and directions into the next decade. We asked our CSRA colleagues to share their insights on the past year and what we might expect in the year ahead.
In December, President Trump signed into law the Modernizing Government Technology Act (MGT) as part of the 2018 National Defense Authorization Act. What might Federal IT leaders expect as they begin to unpack the Act’s contents in the New Year?
The President has declared that the current opioid epidemic facing our nation is a national health crisis. The problem is enormous, and resources—money, time, energy—are limited. In this situation, data can be the epidemic-fighters’ best friend.
Watch our Government Matters TV show, The Journey to a Next-Gen Federal Government, to learn more about next-generation delivery models, such as shared services and secure cloud, to support a wide array of business services for government.
March is Women's History Month - a time when we honor the contributions of women in American history. We'd ike to share a little bit about one of CSRA’s own impressive women who is definitely playing a big role in the success of our organization – Amy Howland, CSRA’s Chief Information Security Officer.
Google’s massive computational power allows them unprecedented opportunities to take machine learning to a new level of automation. We anticipate focused deep dives on Google’s offerings that might give CSRA a competitive edge and help us bring innovation and enduring value to our clients.
In a world of constantly evolving technology, it’s reasonable to assume that you have a continually evolving threat. That’s the message of warning heard by those who attended the RSA Conference in San Francisco last month.
I recently attended the #WEST2017 conference (along with the 2017 DON CIO West conference) in San Diego with the goal to strengthen relationships with strategic partners and interact with a diverse customer base. Here is what I learned.
As federal agencies embrace big data and the possibilities that data-driven government can bring to citizens and constituents, High Performance Computing is increasingly being thought of as a day-to-day tool for federal workers.
Recently, colleagues from all over the U.S. converged at CSRA’s headquarters in Falls Church, VA, to participate in a Hackathon co-sponsored by CSRA alliance partners Microsoft and Splunk. Here's what happened.
"One of the great privileges of working at CSRA is being part of a team that sees beyond the bottom line. To a person our team members have demonstrated their commitment to giving back to the communities in which we work and live. It’s my great privilege to grow and develop the CSRA Cares program ..." - Lisa Iannarino
The “war for talent”, especially top technical talent, is beyond fierce. The best companies demonstrate unconstrained thinking in finding ways to build a culture that will attract and retain the best talent available.