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January 21, 2021
Here’s What to Expect from the New Administration in Technology Policy
Source: FedTech Magazine
Journalist Elizabeth Neus
As they prepared for their new roles in the White House, President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris had access to the most necessary piece of technology in government today: a solid videoconferencing tool that let them hold virtual meetings with civil rights leaders, interview potential Cabinet officials and take questions from reporters.
The telework-oriented world created by COVID-19 will no doubt shape Biden’s technology policies. The switch to remote work exacerbated existing weaknesses in legacy IT and forced agencies to move faster than expected to modernize.
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