Artificial Inundation: AI Is the Future and We’re Living in It

We’re still in the first quarter of the fiscal year and headed toward the holiday season. Historically, that predicates a slower pace across the federal sector, but not this year. This year, artificial intelligence (AI) is having a moment, and nearly everyone across the public sector, including the White House and The Office of Management and Budget (OMB), has something to say about it.

Greener Pastures: IT Insertion Points for Federal Environmental Remediation Initiatives

The era of heightened environmental awareness calls for decisive action, and the federal government has stepped up to lead this transformative journey. Three federal agencies have carved out significant roles in funding and facilitating environmental remediation technologies: the Department of Energy (DOE), the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), and the Department of Defense (DoD).

Defense Health Agency’s Recent Advancements Toward a More Interoperable Future

Modernizing the defense healthcare system has never been more front and center for Defense Health Agency (DHA), the Department of Defense's (DOD) primary arm that manages all things healthcare for military service members and their beneficiaries. With acts of war and terrorism arising from overseas and the possibility of having our troops involved in future conflicts, patient healthcare and service preparedness are top priorities for the agency. So, the DHA is looking to work across federal agencies and industry to strengthen its healthcare systems.

Modernizing State Unemployment Insurance Systems: IT Addressable Opportunities

Numerous reports by various organizations, including the Government Accountability Office, have consistently found insufficiencies in state unemployment insurance programs. These insufficiencies were laid bare during the COVID-19 pandemic when increased need for such services, combined with an increase in fraudulent activity targeting unemployment insurance programs, overtaxed states’ unemployment insurance systems.

Why IT Solution Enterprise Agreements Are Essential for the Federal Government

TD SYNNEX Public Sector Receives a $342 Million U.S. Department of the Navy Enterprise Agreement
for Oracle Software and Services

Doing business with federal agencies has unique opportunities and challenges, particularly when it comes to procuring IT solutions.

On one hand, the U.S. federal government is the world’s largest buyer of IT products and services, so there’s a tremendous need. But acquiring those solutions can be arduous, and managing the intricacies of licensing and pricing can be an ongoing burden.