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U.S. Customs and Border Protection used automation to help airlines identify and divert 239,000 at-risk travelers from boarding U.S.-bound flights during the pandemic.

When automation out-delivers IT modernization

Government leaders report automation has fast-tracked large-scale service improvements faster and at lower costs than big-ticket IT modernization projects.
Maj. Gen. Matt Easley spoke to Association of the United States Army annual meeting attendees during the October 13, 2021 Army Advanced Technologies (Cloud and Data) Warriors Corner event at Washington, D.C.’s Walter E. Washington Convention Center. (DoD photo)

Army CISO Easley departs for role at the Pentagon

Maj. Gen. Matt Easley has taken a role as the deputy principal information operations advisor to the secretary of defense.
U.S. Army human resources and medical specialists and officers assigned to Headquarters and Headquarters Battalion, 3rd Infantry Division, participate in Warfighter 22-1 in the reserve command post on Fort Stewart, Georgia, Oct. 4, 2021. (Photo by Sgt. 1st Class Jason Hull)

After calls to ‘fix our computers,’ military CIOs pledge to get it right

Top CIOs say they "have taken the dialogue around the need to 'fix our computers' at DoD to heart."