Communities of Interest
Communities of interest are existing cross-agency coalitions of government professionals who are working to advance knowledge in specific subject matter in these areas.
Federal Data Strategy, Knowledge & Data Management
Government agencies generate vast amounts of intellectual capital, as well as data. This community of interest is working to advance methods for capturing, administering, sharing, analyzing and storing massive volumes of data, knowledge and information across government operations.
Cloud Computing, IT Modernization, AI
The potential financial, security, and operational benefits of cloud computing make it compelling. This community of interest shares knowledge and best practices for resolving the challenges of moving to the cloud, modernizing government and using emerging technologies such as Artificial Intelligence to achieve agency mission.
Zero Trust, Cyber & IT Security
Zero trust is a key component of every federal IT initiative and modernization effort. The Executive Order on Improving the Nation’s Cybersecurity, the CISA Zero Trust Maturity Model, the DISA Zero Trust Architecture, and various NIST guidance all include guidance for zero trust architectures. Zero Trust is not a specific tool, but rather an approach to an agency’s security posture.
E-Discovery, Records and Information Management
This community of interest works to advance understanding of requirements and best practices for managing, accessing, tracking, and organizing all forms of electronically stored information.
Enterprise Architecture, DevSecOps, Strategic Planning
This community of interest works to advance enterprise architecture, DevOps, IT Modernization, and Agile as disciplines for aligning people, processes, technology, and other resources with agency strategic goals.
Government Customer Experience
Public service is customer service. This community of interest works to develop and promote best practices for delivering timely, cost-effective services to citizens and other stakeholders.