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Jamie Holcombe, the chief information officer for USPTO, said a new contract award will help the agency move toward a Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) architecture.
The biggest-yet phase of the bring-your-own-device pilot will help the Army figure out how to scale the technology across a diverse population of users in the active and reserve components — and part of the Air Force too.
Kelly Fletcher is heading over to the State Department to be its CIO after spending the last six-plus years at the Defense Department. At the same time, NIH is looking for a new CIO after Andrea Norris announced her retirement as of December.
Dr. David Markowitz, the Army’s chief data officer, said a streamlined and unified approach to the data platforms the service uses will enable senior leaders to make better, faster decisions.
Chris DeRusha, the federal chief information security officer, said the focus on securing commercial software comes from the cyber executive order.
Federal Chief Information Officer Clare Martorana promised the House Oversight and Reform Subcommittee on Government Operations new cyber, website and customer experience metrics in 2023.
The Defense Logistics Agency reached a major milestone on its cloud journey. It recently completed the migration of its enterprise resource planning (ERP) system to the cloud.
The Interior Department has a new chief information officer in Darren Ash, who inherits a $1.6 billion IT budget and comes over from the Agriculture Department.
USDA and NOAA are among the agencies that are taking advantage of the continuity of service agreements, giving them an extra year to complete their transition to the Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions contract.
The Defense Department released a new version of its risk management framework in July with four new focus areas to improve how the agency manages its cyber challenges.
The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Agency is analyzing agency progress of knowing what devices and applications on their networks to improve overall cybersecurity.
It’s been three years since the Foundations for Evidence-Based Policymaking Act became law and agencies are using it to plan their 2024 budget requests.
The DoD deputy chief information security officer and the Justice Department’s ATF CISO also announced they were leaving federal service.
Long-time Education Department CIO Jason Gray is moving on from his role this month to take the same position at the U.S. Agency for International Development.
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