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State CIO to leave in June

Glenn Miller, the principal deputy CIO, will take over as the acting CIO on interim basis.

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Former deputy federal CIO Roat leaned on her relationships to achieve results

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This innovator tilted at the bureaucratic windmill, and had the same results as Don Quixote

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How one big State Department bureau is updating its approach to cybersecurity

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On April 4, say goodbye to DUNS and hello to UEI

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Haines taps intelligence community veteran to serve as IC chief information officer

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Mathias to become the 8th CIO in last 7 years at HHS

Karl Mathias, the CIO for the U.S. Marshals Service since 2015, will join HHS as its CIO on March 14.

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Calling all zero trust experts, ICE is looking for your help

In today’s Federal Newscast, Immigration and Customs Enforcement says it requires the expertise and analysis of industry-leading zero Trust analysts, consultants…

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Pentagon outlines plan to make continuous ATOs the new ‘gold standard’ for cybersecurity

A new DoD CIO memo gives the Pentagon’s formal blessing to security approvals that are based on continuous monitoring, and aims to create a more common lexicon for continuous ATOs.

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