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The year saw many advancements and insights into the technological trends and issues facing various government agencies and their partners. From cybersecurity, to health IT modernization, to AI and beyond, here are five highlights worth noting into 2019.

source: Government CIO Media

The partial government shutdown has restricted open data services from agencies affected by the budget impasse. Given businesses' widespread reliance on government data for their applications and services, the lapse can have downstream effects beyond just static agency websites.

source: GCN

The first weekday of the shutdown, Dec. 26, was also the deadline for interested parties to comment on the administration’s draft Data Center Optimization Initiative policy update. The draft policy released in November extends...

source: Next Gov

Seventy-one percent of IT workers in the Washington, D.C., metro area say they’d consider leaving their current work for a job with Amazon’s incoming HQ2. This finding is among the results of an online survey conducted on behalf of Arlington, Va.-based Eagle...

source: FedScoop

Over the past month, several states, local governments and federal agencies have started to explore blockchain’s capabilities through pilot projects, legislation and research. Two Nevada counties, for example, are using blockchain to secure public records.

source: GCN

Face it: connected smart home devices are a part of everyday life now. We ask Google Home all sorts of questions, ask Amazon Alexa to play our favorite songs or place an Amazon order, allow Nest Learning Thermostat to build a temperature schedule around our own, and track...

source: Government CIO Media

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