Oracle’s Talent Acquisition Cloud Service (OTAC) helps government agencies turn their current workforce into an army of recruiters, by letting them opt-in to sharing your jobs across their personal and professional social networks.
Districts need to provide updated IT systems make it easier for customers to engage with their district while increasing agency capacity and cutting costs. Tools that use artificial intelligence to provide customers greater control of when and where they chose to engage with their district rather than on the phone, manual forms, or in person.
Oracle built a patient-centric solution for clinical trial matching. The solution matches patients battling cancer with clinical trial programs leveraging modern technologies like artificial intelligence to provide a more simplified and personalized experience for determining treatment.
To best enable utilization of cloud applications and platforms, agencies need to equip technology and business leadership with visibility into service configuration, user behavior, and data security. Monitoring these factors across cloud services will help administrators manage risk without inhibiting their mission.
State and local agencies are at a critical point in this HHS marathon. New technologies like cloud, artificial intelligence, machine learning, data driven analytics and autonomous services are offering HHS agency leaders the opportunity to think differently about how to create real change.
Oracle is pleased to announce the availability of a new cloud infrastructure region in Toronto, Canada, which is now live and running customer workloads. This investment demonstrates Oracle’s strong public sector presence in Canada spanning all provinces, including significant usage by federal, provincial and municipal agencies as well as educational institutions. Oracle is trusted to solve the most significant government and technology challenges including transacting...
How modern HCM applications can help federal IT leaders improve the entire IT workforce lifecycle, additional technologies can help address a range of workforce-related needs that reach across multiple federal agencies.
Community college leaders at every level recognize the need to participate in this digital revolution by shifting away from investments in monolithic and expensive legacy technologies to architectures powered by cloud to respond to the changing workstyles of prospective students, current learners and teachers and administrators.