No, I have not found any indications that there are plans, but I'm not neccesarily the best person to be up to date on those things. I think you might want to ping your Cisco SE.
From my (limited) experience governments are still allergic to handhelds. The use is becoming more and more popular within financial institutions/services. However in all cases I saw instead of using smart cards the deployments were using centralized MDM deployments.
I.e. you not only want to know that someone connecting is allowed to do so (i.e has smart card and knows the password), they also want to control how their device behaves and what features/update level it has. On top MDM have the nice ability to push certificates to any/all users that might need it. And should the device be lost they can remotly wipe it (I have not seen this one in action but the use case seems pretty cool).
There are quite a few MDMs I saw working with Cisco applications, I think you will find your fair share should you google for it ;-)
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