The Labor Department’s CIO doesn’t report directly to the secretary or deputy secretary, and the IG raises the issue in a new audit that received a sharp response from agency leadership.
The General Services Administration released a new cyber supply chain risk management strategy that focuses on three objectives as required by the Federal Acquisition Supply Chain Security Act of 2018.
Aaron Weis, the Department of Navy’s chief information officer, detailed several programs to move away from old technology and bring the service into a modern infrastructure.
The Office of Management and Budget issued a new memo requiring agencies to assess their current status and plan for the future around end-point detection and response tools.
Dr. Neil Evans recently became the second acting chief information officer at the Department of Veterans Affairs in 2021 and sixth in the last 11 years.
House and Senate Veterans Affairs Committee leadership want more information from VA leadership about its strategy to modernize its supply chain management system.
The Transportation Department and the FDA have new chief information officers, while the Air Force and the Homeland Security Department have new chief technology officers.
The Defense Department releases a request for information to industry seeking feedback on how to create a tool that collects, shares and analyzes supply chain risk data.
The Agriculture Department created a new interagency working group to manage its cloud efforts, while GSA is preparing to launch a new marketplace.
Three industry associations wrote to DoD and one wrote to GSA expressing concerns about governmentwide initiatives that will impact contractors. Also, details about the memorial service for Rob Coen.
Current and former federal technology leaders say OMB’s draft zero trust strategy takes an importance focus on architecture, but it also must still address some challenges.
FEMA, State and Air Force bring on new technology executives to key cyber and innovation roles.
The Federal Acquisition Security Council (FASC) finalized its processes, procedures and practices by releasing its final rule on Aug. 26.
Biniam Gebre, who is nominated to be the next administrator of the Office of Federal Procurement Policy, would walk in without an obvious background in federal acquisition.