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.
In a recent Federal News Radio article, Sean Torpey of the FAA noted his agency saved or avoided spending $36 million during their first year of using shared services for email and other capabilities.
Google has generated some buzz over the past two years for their study of Artificial Intelligence, and the potential ways that AI could be used in the future. CSRA’s CTO Seth Abrams attended a Google Cloud Next Conference, where he gained insight as to how Google’s AI development program could be of use to CSRA and its customers.
CSRA’s president and CEO, Larry Prior, has joined the CEO Action for Diversity & Inclusion™, the largest CEO-driven business commitment to advance diversity and inclusion within the workplace, the community, and the country.
CSRA’s Chief Technology Officer Yogesh Khanna hosted a webinar to educate the investment community and government IT professionals on the state of cloud technology within the US federal government.
“Think Next. Now.” is all about focusing on the outcomes. Yet, unfortunately, government procurement is far too often focused on inputs—often to the detriment of achieving an outcome that advances the mission.
In June, the CSRA Cyber Institute hosted CSRA’s second Hackathon, bringing together technologists from across CSRA for two days of collaborative computing and training.