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Everything you need to understand the biggest federal topics, from opinions and commentary to white papers, multimedia reports and the latest reports and resources available.
Lessons learned from the pandemic in modernizing public health systems
Agency leaders from Ventura County, California, and Winnebago, Illinois, spoke about how they transformed their technology infrastructure and processes to handle COVID-19 and how they plan to replicate and scale these changes to impact service delivery beyond pandemic-related needs.
Mission Possible: Securing remote access for classified networks
The Federal government understands the significance of remote access on meeting mission objectives now and in the future. Agency leaders are looking to the private sector for technology that helps them maintain the highest security levels while meeting the ease-of-access demands of today’s worker – and can be implemented quickly.
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How federal agencies can adapt to the unbounded workforce
For nearly two years, we have witnessed a rapid deterioration of the norms that governed both physical and digital workspaces. Without such norms, interpreting behavior and understanding risk has become increasingly complex. Organizations have struggled to maintain visibility of their assets, and both internal and external attackers have capitalized on weaknesses revealed by ambiguity and uncertainty.
What options do agencies have for unified communications?
The government market opportunity for communications solutions in the United States is growing, with an estimated 21 million contact center and unified communications seats. At least 8 million seats are expected to migrate to the cloud in the next three years.
How emerging tech can reshape the workforce
Gary Washington, the chief information officer of the U.S. Department of Agriculture, sat down with Federal Times to talk about agency culture, focusing on cybersecurity and learning to use emerging technology to serve business processes.
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