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April 17, 2015 5:16 pm
Today’s guests on the Federal News Countdown:
Frank Reeder’s stories
#3 At Commerce Dept., false alarm on cyberattack cost almost $3 million (Washington Post)
#2 For NSA chief, terrorist threat drives passion to ‘collect it all,’ observers say (Washington Post)
Insight by Galvanize: During this webinar Marianne Roth, the chief risk officer of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, will provide a deep dive into enterprise risk management at CFPB. Additionally, Dan Zitting, the CEO of Galvanize, will discuss how making better use of data and technology can help federal agencies more rapidly allow decision makers address and mitigate risks.
#1 Hagel orders 20 percent cut in Pentagon top brass, senior civilians (Washington Post)
Jeff Koch’s stories
#3 Lawmakers target government waste and inefficiency in slew of new bills (Federal News Radio)
#2 House again aims to merge E-Gov funding (Federal News Radio)
#1 NIST proposes first federally funded cyber research center (Federal News Radio