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End-to-end digital

The General Services Administration wants to become a “true, end-to-end digital entity," Chief Information Officer David Shive said Wednesday. To do so, the agency is taking the digital assets and tools it has created and ensuring they’re always operating as efficiently as possible by reengineering agency business processes. “We’ve digitized the vast majority of the intellectual assets of GSA, but a lot of those are first-gen,” Shive said. “They’re basically digital copies of existing paper processes.” And the agency is ready for the next step, he said. Dave Nyczepir has more.

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No more non-DOD approved drones

The General Services Administration is dropping from multiple-award contracts any drones that haven't been approved by the Pentagon. GSA will now exclusively source any small unmanned aerial systems for civilian agencies through a new program from the Defense Department called Blue sUAS that focuses on the security of the systems, given the concerns over some manufacturers’ supply chains. Jackson Barnett has more.

Not all data sources are good

Sometimes, too many data sources is not a good thing. Lauren Knausenberger, the Air Force’s deputy chief information officer, said Thursday at the Data Cloud Summit that “there are a lot of data sources that need to go away" as the service adjusts to a cloud-based data storage model because some of the old methods it used to collect will not be as useful with modern tech. Messy data practices should be left behind, she said, with many of the legacy systems and on-premises data centers the military needs to ditch. Jackson has this too.


The path to modern customer identity and access management

The pandemic created both motivation and opportunity for federal agencies to interact with citizens in new ways. But to meet the expectations of users, reduce development time and eliminate potential security gaps, identity is key. A new report looks at how federal agencies are employing modern ICAM solutions to change how they manage user identity, profile data and control their access to applications and services. Read more in Okta’s report.

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