Tag Archives: federal IT modernization

Matt Cutts to Step Down as US Digital Service Administrator

Matt Cutts

Matt Cutts, administrator of the U.S. Digital Service (USDS), is leaving his post. Edward Hartwig, deputy administrator of USDS, will serve as head of the agency on an interim basis until a new administrator is named. In 2016, Cutts joined USDS from Google, where he served as head of the webspam team and as a software engineer.

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GSA Launches ITAU Training Platform for Government IT Acquisition Workforce; Laura Stanton Quoted

Laura Stanton

The U.S. General Services Administration’s (GSA) IT and acquisition experts, within the administration’s Information Technology Category, have developed the IT Acquisition University (ITAU), an online training solution for professionals within government IT acquisition, the GSA reported on Thursday

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White House Official Sees ‘Business as Normal’ in Admin Tech Agenda Following Midterms

White House Deputy Chief of Staff for Policy Coordination Chris Liddell spoke about the Trump Administration's technology agenda at the recent Technology 202 conference hosted by the Washington Post. Liddell said he does not expect the government's tech initiatives, such as federal information technology modernization, to be affected by results of the midterm elections, which saw Democrats retake the House of Representatives, Nextgov reported Thursday.

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White House Plans IT Modernization Center of Excellence

The White House has partnered with the Agriculture Department, General Services Administration and the information technology industry to create an IT modernization center of excellence, Nextgov reported Thursday. The CoE will be established to help federal agencies in efforts to modernize legacy IT systems and will build off of a modernization …

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Trump, Tech Execs Meet to Discuss Govt Computing Modernization Strategies

High-ranking executives of 18 U.S. technology firms met with President Donald Trump on Monday to discuss possible ways to increase efficiency of computing systems in the government, Reuters reported Tuesday. The report said attendees of the meeting include leaders of Amazon, IBM, Intel, Microsoft, Oracle, Adobe Systems, Alphabet, Apple, Kleiner Perkins and Qualcomm. They …

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