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Weekly Roundup: June 10-14, 2024

This post first appeared on IBM Business of Government. Read the original article. Friday, June 14, 2024 Michael J. Keegan Articles & insights in public management & leadership for the week ending June 14, 2024 GAO Pounds Table for Feds to Clear Cyber Work Backlog. The federal government’s watchdog is giving agencies credit for big policy moves to improve cybersecurity (more...)


What it will take to make Direct File permanent

This post first appeared on Government Executive. Read the original article. The IRS will have to grapple with expanding access and capabilities — while also convincing skeptical lawmakers to maintain funding. (more...)


Navigating Technological Frontiers for the U.S. Navy

This post first appeared on IBM Business of Government. Read the original article. Wednesday, June 12, 2024 Michael J. Keegan Insights from Vice Admiral Frank Morley, Principal Military Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Research, Development, & Acquisition) Recently, I had the pleasure of hosting Vice Admiral Frank Morley, the Principal Military Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Navy for Research, (more...)


IRS is reducing its physical footprint but needs a better long-term plan, its IG says

This post first appeared on Government Executive. Read the original article. The IRS has reduced its office space by 2 million square feet since fiscal 2018, but the watchdog said it could save millions in real estate costs with additional steps. (more...)


To make effective AI policy you must trust those who’ve been there

This post first appeared on Federal News Network. Read the original article. On March 28, the White House took a pretty big step toward establishing a broader national policy on artificial intelligence when it issued a memorandum on how the federal government will manage it. It established new federal agency requirements and guidance for AI governance, innovation and risk management. (more...)


A Path to Effective Leadership: Insights from John Kotter and Warren Bennis

This post first appeared on IBM Business of Government. Read the original article. Monday, June 10, 2024 Michael J. Keegan John Kotter’s Leading Change and Warren Bennis’ On Becoming a Leader stand out as seminal works that offer profound insights into the art and science of leadership. Leadership is a multifaceted concept that has been explored from numerous angles. Sometimes (more...)


When it comes to AI at Energy, it takes a village

This post first appeared on Federal News Network. Read the original article. Federal chief data officers are playing a larger role in how their organizations are adopting and using basic or advanced artificial intelligence (AI). A recent survey of federal chief data officers by the Data Foundation found over half of the CDOs who responded say their role around AI (more...)


Harnessing Technology & Charting the Future of Weapons, Systems, and Platforms: A Conversation with VADM Frank Morley, Principal Military Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Navy

This post first appeared on IBM Business of Government. Read the original article. Broadcast Date:  Monday, June 10, 2024 Vice Admiral Frank Morley What is the U.S. Department of the Navy doing to field weapons, systems, and platforms that give it a technological edge over adversaries? How has the Navy’s acquisition strategy evolved in recent years to better meet the (more...)


Exploring the Use of AI in Military & Defense Operations

This post first appeared on IBM Business of Government. Read the original article. Thursday, June 6, 2024 Michael J. Keegan Reflections on SPADE 2024 As noted in a recent IBM Institute for Business Value research brief, “Artificial intelligence (AI) has become a critical and strategic capability for defense organizations around the world, offering immense benefits such as improved efficiency, accuracy, (more...)


DOD CIO resigns to take university post

This post first appeared on Government Executive. Read the original article. John Sherman will become dean of the Bush School of Government and Public Service at Texas A&M. (more...)


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