Recent cyberattacks against Federal agencies have resurfaced concerns about the government’s ability to protect sensitive information, ensure national security, and keep essential services running.
MeriTalk, in partnership with Government Acquisitions, Inc. (GAI) and NVIDIA, surveyed 150 Federal IT decision-makers across Federal Civilian agencies and the DoD to explore top CV questions.
According to GAO, Federal agencies are making “mixed progress” on key Federal data center optimization targets including virtualization, data center availability, and advanced energy metering.
MeriTalk, in partnership with Shift5, surveyed 300 operations, maintenance, and IT leaders from Department of Defense (DoD), commercial air, and commercial rail organizations to explore the state of predictive maintenance and critical challenges to expansion.
For Federal CIO Clare Martorana, modernizing Federal IT is all about “creating the most impact for the American people.” That means delivering government services with faster processing times, user friendly interfaces, and real-time access to information. Why do some IT modernization projects fail while others thrive? What are the common denominators in unsuccessful digital government […]
As GEOINT data grows exponentially, missions increase in complexity, and technology evolves faster than organizations can manage, where is the field headed? And how can GEOINT practitioners make the best use of emerging technology?
Learn how leaders are shifting focus towards strategic learning and investments in government-compliant systems to streamline the process and close the procurement gap.
MeriTalk and RSAC surveyed 100 Federal and 100 private-sector cybersecurity decision makers to explore key communications roadblocks and actionable opportunities to enhance collaboration and data sharing – not just between the public and private sectors, but across the cyber ecosystem, including small and medium-sized organizations.
As Federal agencies continue to scale cloud adoption, how are they managing growing multi-cloud environments? Download the report “Connecting the Clouds: 2023 IaaS, PaaS, and SaaS Forecast” to learn more.
MeriTalk, in collaboration with Four Points Technology and Amazon Web Services (AWS), surveyed 78 MeriTalk cybersecurity-focused event attendees in October 2022 to understand the link between Federal cloud adoption and key cybersecurity initiatives like zero trust.
Our world is one of ever-increasing interconnectedness. As digital ecosystems grow in complexity and scale, so does the opportunity for threat actors. How prepared is our government to deliver vital services in the face of an attack?
New research from MeriTalk in partnership with Future Tech examines how Federal agencies are meeting AI staffing and professional development needs, what skills are most in demand, and new collaboration models that are emerging with Federal Systems Integrators, academic institutions, and others to drive to AI project success.
MeriTalk, in partnership with Ping Identity, explored the role of identity in rock-solid Federal zero trust architectures. Learn how breaking down silos can lead to an identity-first zero trust framework.
MeriTalk convened America’s biggest names in Congress, the Administration, and the technology industry at MerITocracy: American Innovation Forum to hash out whether technological advances can help bring about the next renaissance for democracy, or hasten the end of the American dream. Read the full report as we explore critical changes needed to address the pressing needs of our society.
In this new infographic, MeriTalk, in partnership with Cohesity and AWS, will catalog the mounting challenges of Federal data management and emphasize the benefits of Data Management as a Service (DMaaS). We’ll explore how a modern DMaaS solution can streamline data usage, reduce costs, and promote innovation – all with the confidence of FedRAMP authorization.
DEOS (Defense Enterprise Office Solution) is an enterprise commercial cloud environment for both unclassified and classified work designed to streamline the DoD’s use of email and collaborative tools while enhancing cybersecurity and information sharing across the enterprise.
Federal organizations are exploring AI opportunities as they work toward delivering digital-first government. And while most organizations have AI pilot programs in progress – many stall, or are not operationalized across the organization. Still, as organizations learn and move through the roadblocks, there is agreement that AI will help achieve a broad range of goals including improving public service quality and efficiency, attracting and retaining top talent in government, and reducing fraud, waste, and abuse. […]
Following the Russian invasion of Ukraine, the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) announced a warning to all U.S. organizations to keep their “shields up” in anticipation of malicious Russian cyber activity. Among troves of guidance, what is the bottom line? View our infographic to gain full insight into the guidance.
MeriTalk and RSA Conference surveyed 100 Federal and 100 private sector cybersecurity decision-makers to explore the effectiveness of public-private partnerships today, uncover key perception gaps, and provide recommendations on strengthening collaboration and cyber resilience in the year ahead.
MeriTalk’s latest installment of the CDM research series, “CDM: The Multitool in Your Cyber Kit,” examines input from IT leaders about how Federal agencies can take advantage of the tools in the CDM Program to identify, mitigate, and stop threats before they occur – and more.
With Federal cybersecurity leaders striving to close the security gap, is application security (AppSec) meeting agency expectations and what challenges are leaders facing during implementation? Download the “Closing The Web Application Security Gap” research report to learn more.
MeriTalk, in partnership with AWS, CrowdStrike, and Zscaler, uncovers the answers from 160 Federal Civilian and Department of Defense (DoD) cyber decision-makers as they explore Federal cyber progress since the EO’s release, identify what successful agencies are doing differently, and find where Federal leaders need additional support to deliver on the EO’s promise of bold cyber change.
The Technology Modernization Fund (TMF) is a Federal IT funding vehicle authorized by the Modernizing Government Technology Act of 2017. In its first three years, the TMF received $175 million in funding before receiving a massive infusion of $1 billion in the American Rescue Plan Act. MeriTalk surveyed more than 80 Federal executives to explore perspectives on the program and its future.
Keeping up with – or preferably ahead of – advances in technology is absolutely necessary for those involved in government IT. MeriTalk features not only the latest research affecting federal technology, but also more in-depth studies that examine how those developments are likely to impact the government IT realm.
MeriTalk federal IT research covers a variety of subjects, including how to make the best use of Big Data, the safest use of cloud computing, and other cybersecurity topics that affect all government agencies.