USPS meets financial health goal, falls short on delivery, CX targets in FY 2021
The Postal Service’s regulator said the agency met its financial health target last fiscal year, the latest sign that USPS’ long-term financial situation is improving.
In a three-day event June 21-23, Federal News Network took a deep dive into what agencies are really trying to achieve in zero trust, and what they've accomplished thus far.
Catch up now on any sessions you might have missed!
Patrick Newbold, assistant deputy commissioner and deputy chief information officer at SSA, said meeting with the Baltimore Ravens about how they use their data to drive decisions helped the agency improve its customer experience.
To get beyond zero trust’s identity focus, turn to the guidance and existing programs the government has already established — like NIST’s SP 800-207 and GSA’s FedRAMP, suggests RSA’s Steve Schmalz at the Zero Trust Cyber Exchange.
The United States is helping Ukraine militarily, but only indirectly. When it comes to health care for the besieged Ukrainians, the aid and cooperation are more direct. Much of the work falls to the Health and Human Services Department.
The Electronic Tax Administration Advisory Committee, in its annual report to Congress, found the IRS experienced over 100 continuing resolutions since 2001, and that funding uncertainty forces the agency to opt for more expensive, less effective, short-term solutions.