- Leaving Legacy: MITRE Pushes key Steps to Speed Agency Progress MITRE Corp.’s Center for Data-Driven Policy is urging Congress and the Biden administration to embark on a new campaign to speed the migration of Federal agencies away from legacy IT technologies, and to hold government’s feet to the fire on that effort by providing transparent ways to track progress.
- White House Keys on Tech at Second Summit for Democracy
- Nobody’s Perfect: Don’t let Perfection Hinder Good Data Management
- IRS Lacks a Clear Estimate of Uncollected Taxes, Watchdog Says
- Federal Banking Regulator Taps Bhardwaj to Head new Tech Office
- FAA Awards Verizon $2B IT Mod Contract
- GSA Releases New 5G Procurement Guidance for Federal Agencies
- Former Navy CIO Weis Joins Google Public Sector Aaron Weis, the former Department of the Navy chief information officer (CIO), started a new job Monday as the managing director of technology at Google Public Sector (GPS).
- State Dept. Appoints Laura Williams Deputy CIO for Foreign Operations
- DARPA Official Warns Against Generative AI Impact
- U.S. Digital Response Names GSA Vet Hillary Hartley CEO
- CISA Advisory Committee Adds Inglis, Katko, Langevin
- Senators Grouse About Intelligence Community Hiring Efficiency Senate Intelligence Committee members expressed frustration this week about an evident lack of efficiency among government agencies when it comes to hiring process conducted by U.S. intelligence agencies.
- Cloud-Native: Great Promise, Potential Risks
- DoD Remote Networks Remain Vulnerable, IG Says
- Army Keys on BYOD for Secure Data Access, Connectivity
- Beat Back Ransomware on March 31 – World Backup Day
Join MeriTalk for Cyber Central in Washington, D.C. on May 17 for an examination of the strategy, challenges, and opportunities it brings to public and private sector organizations. Government and industry IT leaders will explore cyber policy, zero trust, supply chain security, cloud security, information sharing, and more.
- Senators Plan Bill to ‘Reset’ VA’s EHRM Program Chairman Jon Tester, D-Mont., and his Senate Veterans’ Affairs Committee colleagues Sens. Patty Murray, D-Wash., and Sherrod Brown, D-Ohio, are planning to introduce legislation in the coming days that would increase oversight of the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Electronic Health Record Modernization (EHRM) program, order technical fixes to current problems with the system, and leave room for the agency to pursue alternative tech strategies if need be.
- White House Issues Marching Orders on Space Cyber
- Biden Expands DPA Use to Support Printed Circuit Boards
- Austin: DoD FY2024 Budget Request Driven by China Concerns
- Senate HSGAC Okays Open Source, Data Center, Digital ID Bills