- IT Remains Feds’ top Challenge for Five Years Running, IGs Report The Council of the Inspectors General on Integrity and Efficiency (CIGIE) issued a summary today of the top challenges facing Federal agencies, as identified by those agencies’ respective Offices of the Inspector General (OIG) – and once again IT issues headed up the list.
- Hill Gets Input on ‘Biggest Bang’ for Broadband Funding
- Hill Witnesses Argue for Market Forces in Defense Innovation
- House Multi-Cloud Adoption Bill Gets Senate Companion
- New OPM Handbook Promotes Skills-Based Hiring Across Government
- Sen. Wyden Reintroduces AI Bias Bill
- AFRL Seeks Input on Nano, Other Next-Gen Computing Capabilities
- Former Air Force CIO Knausenberger Lands at SAIC Science Applications International Corp. (SAIC) has hired former Air Force Chief Information Officer (CIO) Lauren Knausenberger as the company’s chief innovation officer.
- DHS Adds Chief AI Officer Title for CIO Eric Hysen, Sets AI Policy
- Senate Confirms Michael Casey to Head NCSC
- Senate Confirms VA Deputy Secretary Tanya Bradsher
- Erin Lavik Named CTO at National Cancer Institute Division
- TMF Board Member Seeing Zero Trust Demand, Welcomes AI Projects Sheena Burrell, chief information officer at the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) and a voting board member of the Technology Modernization Fund (TMF) run by the General Services Administration (GSA), said today that the fund is seeing a lot of interest from Federal agencies in zero trust security-related projects.
- Rep. Lieu: Congress Keying on Most Harmful AI Scenarios
- Senate Intel Hears AI Development, Workforce Strategies
- DoD Makes CHIPS Award, Warns on Shutdown Impact
- DHS Sets GPS Spoof Testing Event for 2024
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- Lawmakers Offer Bill to Revive Office of Tech Assessment Sens. Ben Ray Luján, D-N.M., and Thom Tills, R-N.C., have reintroduced legislation in the Senate to revive the Office of Technology Assessment (OTA) to help members of Congress get a better handle on science and technology issues.
- House Cyber Bill Calls for a National Risk Management Cycle
- Report Pushes for More Action on Cyber Solarium Recs
- House Oversight Clears Federal Procurement Security Bill
- DHS Pushes for Common Cyber Incident Reporting Definitions