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Modernizing defense logistics management using low-code automation

June 03, 2020   |   Federal News Network

The U.S. Marine Corps’ product information management systems, like many other legacy mainframe systems, have hit the upper limits of what they are capable of. These are some of the oldest systems in the Marine Corps, so the service decided to try something new to replace it: agile application development, low-code automation, and adopting enhanced industry-standard data models. The product data generated through this program will decrease weapon systems cost and improve warfighter readiness.

Talent Acquisition Best Practices in Times of Uncertainty

June 01, 2020   |   HR Daily Advisor

For some companies, hiring continues during the COVID-19 pandemic, with many needing to bring new employees physically onboard to serve customer or product development needs.

Distributed software engineering teams lean on classic tools: collaboration and agile

May 29, 2020   |   CIO Dive

Building software in quick bursts with constant communication, leaders help teams sustain pace of work.

Want to reopen safely? Use automation

May 27, 2020   |   Federal News Network

As the country begins to move toward easing restrictions due to the pandemic, and reopening workspaces and public gathering places, opinions are mixed and people are scared. The risk of resurgence in the rate of infections from the coronavirus is a real danger.

Health-screening app helps employees return to work safely

May 27, 2020   |   IT Pro

As more and more businesses contemplate having employees return to the workplace during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, a number of apps are entering the market to help companies cope with this challenge.

The sick economy and the medication needed for recovery - two perspectives from across the political aisle

May 27, 2020   |   Diginomica

Tackling the COVID-19 heath crisis is the main priority, but beyond that lies uncertainty about the extent and duration of the damage caused by the pandemic on the world's economies. Appian's virtual conference heard from 2 leading US economists who've served very different political masters.