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Agency leaders face a steep and costly road ahead in implementing zero-trust security


A quarter of federal IT executives in a new study say they don’t expect to have the underlying tools in place to manage, automate and orchestrate zero-trust pillars before the end of FY 2025.

Federal agencies reach new threshold of cloud adoption


Two-thirds of federal IT executives in a new study say their agency is using or starting to use the cloud for mission-critical applications.

Government clouds now handle more IT work than federal data centers


Agencies still depend on multiple IT environments for executing critical computing workloads. But government-approved clouds now top where those workloads are managed, according to a new survey.

Agencies face continued challenges making security data ready for machine learning


While agencies have advanced capabilities to monitor and analyze user behavioral data, they need added analytics and ML support to improve cyber resilience, according to a new report.

How federal agencies are shifting IT investment strategies


A new FedScoop survey reveals strong support from federal government leaders for hybrid infrastructure investments to meet the current realities of hybrid work and mission needs.

Government agencies lean into managed services to stay ahead of IT demands


Two-thirds of respondents in a new government survey say their agency is currently using, or considering using, managed service providers to power their IT needs.