Learning from the government’s successful use of emerging technologies
Our new report, Cracking the Code, highlights how federal and local government use three emerging technologies: artificial intelligence, immersive technologies and edge computing. Learn how these technologies can advance the government’s ability to deliver critical services and address next-generation challenges.
Leaders show how government can improve hiring to address 21st century tech challenges
At the Tech Talent for 21st Century Government report launch, Matt Cutts, administrator of the U.S. Digital Service, and Clare Martorana, chief information officer at the Office of Personnel Management, shared their insights into how the federal government can address modern challenges. Learn more about how agencies can improve hiring and attract private-sector talent in video highlights from the event.
Four medical care innovations for veterans
Employees across the federal government dedicate their careers to helping veterans. In honor of Veterans Day, we’re highlighting some examples of federal employees who are transforming medical care for our veterans.
Edge computing: The future way to store and process data
Edge computing has the potential to transform how federal agencies process and analyze data. Read on to learn more about edge computing and how government is already harnessing its potential to enhance operations.
Careers in cybersecurity: Not just for hackers
Michelle Rosa, president of Young Government Leaders, explores why now is the perfect time for job seekers to find a position in cybersecurity. Rosa also goes into detail about what it means to work in cybersecurity and the many pathways individuals can take to launch a career in the field.
Administration unveils its artificial intelligence initiative
With the Trump administration’s recent executive order on artificial intelligence, “Maintaining American Leadership in AI,” government takes another step forward in developing AI to make federal agencies more effective and efficient.
Thanking veterans all year long
Not only do veterans help protect our country by serving in the military, but they help Americans by serving in the federal government. Even though Veterans Day has passed, we should be thanking veterans for the many ways they serve our country all year long.