The Android version of the Federal Reserve Board’s first public mobile app, Money Adventure, is now available. See how market research led to its development, and how it differs from the iOS version.
The 10x Program received over 237 submissions from 129 individuals across a range of federal agencies for ideas to help the federal government deliver better products and services.
GSA's Technology Transformation Services is prototyping a human-centered approach to cultivating an environment of lifelong learning to attract and retain the best talent to serve our citizens.
In this talk, we will review how Recreation.gov is built and operated to achieve its uptime goal for millions of yearly transactions.
Members of the PIF class of 2019 include data strategists, AI specialists, venture capitalists, and neuroscientists. See what they’ve been up to this year.
Insights from the White House Workforce Data Interoperability Sprint present an opportunity to reframe the skills gap to accommodate a more flexible learning system and more accurately reflect the changing nature of work.
We’ll do a deep dive into behavior reporting to help DAP users understand how to use it and what are the pitfalls.
Betsy Steele, of the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP) team, shares how a crowdsourcing initiative invited the larger cybersecurity community to help inform the next iteration of government’s cloud security authorization program.
Robert J. Huttenlocker, who currently serves as the Assistant Inspector General for Management at the Office of Inspector General of the U. S. Department of Agriculture, will be discussing the importance of being politically savvy and how to master it.