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Nextgov looks back at the Trump administration's major IT policy moves that will have lasting effects on federal technology for the foreseeable future.
The president-elect called for an official attribution to Russia but said a damage assessment is necessary before discussing the appropriate response.
The Alliance for Digital Innovation unveiled a series of legislative and policy proposals for President-elect Joe Biden to consider.
The official would lead customer experience efforts across government.
Rep. Adam Smith told reporters Michèle Flournoy would help the Defense Department cut red tape to engage with new technologies needed for the future of defense.
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Familiar faces will likely have to revisit efforts around information sharing and establishing global norms.
The group expects the Biden administration to expand IT modernization efforts, in part to respond to COVID-19.
Government management experts offered advice to the incoming presidential administration regarding how to continue customer experience progress.
A split Congress makes major internet policy changes even more unlikely.
A Biden administration might require even more of private-sector entities than President Trump has on the issue.
The transition also includes a U.S. Digital Service-specific review team.
Washington policy experts believe President-elect Joe Biden’s approach to big tech companies and regulation may differ from both the Trump and Obama administrations.
Microsoft, IBM and other companies urged the president-elect to consider policies for boosting workforce development, solving the pandemic and addressing biometrics in surveillance.
President-elect Biden has vowed to rescind on his first day a series of Trump-era directives aimed at weakening federal labor unions and politicizing the civil service, but repairing the damage could take much longer.
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