Digital transformation is happening across the government. Citizens are driving the rate of change through their expectations.
Achieving a culture of secure dev ops doesn’t happen overnight, but it is possible when the leadership of an organization makes the brave, conscious decision to lead their organizations on a journey to examine processes and find the right platform.
This content is provided by the IBM Center for the Business of Government. Mondays at 11:00 a.m. & Fridays at 1:00 p.m. The Business of Government Radio Hour, hosted by Michael J. Keegan, features a…
Federal organizations carrying out important public missions have one important thing in common with large commercial entities; they are targets of unceasing cyberattacks. Managing successful attacks requires an up-to-date incident response mechanism that’s capable of dealing with contemporary threats. It also requires a strategy to ensure incident management stays up-to-date.
Important social challenges cross agency boundaries, and working effectively to solve these problems is not easy. Join us as we explore how New Zealand tackles these wicked challenges with Rodney Scott, co-author of the IBM Center report, Interagency Performance Targets: A Case Study of New Zealand’s Results Programme. How have Public Management Reforms evolved in New Zealand? What is the New Zealand Results Programme? What can other governments learn from the New Zealand experience?
Rick Driggers explains the NCIC leads nationwide efforts to detect, prevent, respond to and recover from cyber attacks, following procedures in the national response plan.
Each week, it seems like another new and disturbing chapter emerges in the cybersecurity story. Agency security and IT personnel are finding effective strategies against these threats by sticking to and enhancing the basics. In this exclusive executive briefing, experts will explore advanced cyber monitoring
Online chat with Todd Simpson, the chief information officer of the Food and Drug Administration in the Department of Health and Human Services.
Online chat with Col. Brandon Pearce, the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency’s Chief Information Security Officer.
Online chat with Bill Marion II, the Air Force’s Deputy Chief, Information Dominance and Deputy Chief Information Officer.
Online chat with DJ Kachman, the director of mobile and security technology transformation lead- Enterprise Command Center Solution Delivery IT Operations and Services in the Office of Information and Technology.
HHS’ Beth Killoran joins Federal News Radio for a free online chat where you can get live answers to how HHS is addressing priorities such as cloud computing and IT modernization.
Open Season online chat with Walton Francis.
In this Expert Edition, you’ll read about the collaboration between the offices of the chief human capital officer (CHCO) and chief information officer (CIO).
In this Expert Edition, you’ll learn about the federal government’s very latest actions when it comes to holding executives more accountable for protecting agencies’ networks and data.
In this Expert Edition, you’ll learn about the federal government’s very latest cyber actions.
In this Expert Edition, you’ll read about the current initiatives and upcoming policy changes needed to address the ever-growing IT and application modernization challenge.
In this Expert Edition, you’ll read which agencies are working on the cutting edge to make government-to-government and citizen-to-government transactions simpler and safer in the modern digital age.
In this Expert Edition, Federal News Radio shows you what nimble-minded individuals in agency IT shops are doing to continuously deliver mission in a new, better and more cost-effective way.
This program will provide a progress report on cybersecurity strategies in government.
For its federal IT strategy, the Trump administration is continuing the emphasis for the use of cloud computing as established during the previous administration. But cloud is a moving target for federal agencies.
The latest data on the Federal IT Dashboard shows agencies are spending almost 71 percent of their technology budgets on operations and maintenance and less than 21 percent on development, modernization and enhancements for systems.
This program will provide a progress report on secure mobility solutions in government.
Before the Obama administration left office in December, it left a series of reports for the incoming Trump administration.
Without a serious effort at automation, the many segments of the cybersecurity response and kill-chain threaten to overwhelm security operations and information security staffs.
Part of our executive survey series, the 2017 CLO/CHCO survey dives into the state of training oppotunities within the government today.
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In the fifth annual federal CHCO survey, respondents rated improving the hiring process as their top priority for 2016.