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.
The key takeaway from my time at ServiceNow Knowledge17 User Conference? Artificial intelligence (AI) is the future of public service.
Earlier this month, the C4ISR Conference brought together industry and military leaders to discuss the challenges facing the DoD in the areas of command, control, communications, computers, intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance.
Recently, Mr. FedRAMP, Matt Goodrich and CSRA's Seth Abrams discussed government cloud adoption, data security, and the changes coming to FedRAMP to support agencies.
CSRA’s mission to “Think Next. Now.” challenges us to imagine a better future and deliver it, today. Emerging technology is an essential element of the engine that powers this vision—and sets us apart.
How can we effectively enable the workforce to meet the ever-changing challenges in cyberspace? This was the question on everyone’s mind at the recent CompTIA NYC Cybersecurity Summit. We in the cybersecurity industry all face this same challenge.
Master Data Management, Business Intelligence, and Data Analytics vendors continue to be disruptive in two fundamental ways—through self-service tools and cloud-elastic license models. That was the big takeaway from this spring’s Gartner Data & Analytics Summit.
The GITEC Summit in Annapolis this year focused on the continued transformation surrounding the management of information technology for mission-critical functions at government agencies. Here are some key takeaways.