- DISA Unveils Workforce Initiative to Meet ‘Pacing Challenge’ The Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) unveiled a new initiative on June 1 that aims to shift the agency’s training, recruiting, and retention efforts to meet challenges posed by foreign adversaries, particularly China.
- GSA’s Hashmi: Login.gov Adoption Curve Heading Up
- OPM Notching Some Progress Against GAO Priority Recs
- Debt Ceiling Bill Wraps up, Skinny Fed Civ Budgets Come Next
- Federal Contractors Now Covered by TikTok Ban
- Thomas Keller Appointed Acting Director of DISA’s JP2 Cyber Center
- U.S. Army Looking for Industry Help on Cloud Resellers
- How the Agriculture Department is Reimagining Customer Experience The Department of Agriculture (USDA) is well along in a “reimagining” how the department is handling and improving its customer care experience, said Simchah Suveyke-Bogin, chief experience officer at the agency, today.
- VA Nominee: Fixing EHR System is Number One Priority
- OSTP’s Denice Ross Promoted to U.S. Deputy CTO
- Navy Acting CTO Moving Over to DHS
- President Biden Names FCC Nominees, Pushing for Democratic Majority
- SBA OIG Ranks IT, Fraud Among top Challenges The Small Business Administration (SBA) Office of the Inspector General (OIG) has ranked IT investments as one of the top eight “critically important” challenges for the agency in the OIG’s first half fiscal year (FY) 2023 Semiannual Report to Congress.
- Feds Optimizing 5G to Deploy New Comms Capabilities
- White House, EU Tech Council Report AI Tech Progress
- MeriTalk Q&A: Amy Gilliland Maps GDIT’s New Tech Investment Strategy
- Lawmakers Seek to Balance Economic, Tech Interests with China
Join us to discuss the road ahead, including how Federal leaders can pivot off the new strategy to drive innovation while implementing zero trust, educate and train the workforce – and secure the nation in the years to come.
- Senate Bill Aims to Strengthen Cybersecurity in Abraham Accords A bipartisan group senators wants to authorize cybersecurity cooperation between the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and nations that have signed onto the Abraham Accords countries through a new piece of legislation introduced on May 31.
- Senate Pledges Speedy Action on Debt Ceiling Bill
- NIST Releases New Vulnerability Management Guideline
- Pentagon Sends Classified 2023 Cyber Strategy to Congress
- House Oversight Republicans Hammer Away on Telework Rates