The Federal Retirement Thrift Investment Board announced in 2017 it would broaden the I fund’s benchmark to include more emerging markets, including China.
Ryan Cote, the Transportation Department’s chief information officer, said by bringing together technology management and delivery under his office, the modes would be freed to focus on mission and receive better, cost-effective services.
Elections are the responsibility of states, counties, cities and towns. But the federal government has an increasing role on the security end of things.
The Office of Management and Budget released the final TIC policy that outlines four uses cases and a series of deadlines to implement a more flexible security architecture.
The Census Bureau has stood up a “fusion center” to monitor social media for misinformation during the 2020 count and has doubled down on its resilience planning in the final months of preparation.
New Jersey CTO Chris Rein’s security background highlights his priorities and helps him facilitate the state’s two-agency security posture. Next year will see multiple new efforts surface in his office.
In today’s Federal Newscast, Senator Jeanne Shaheen (D-NH) wants the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s inspector general to start an investigation.
Sudhakar Ramakrishna, the CEO of Pulse Secure, said customers want better tool integration and more control over their devices and access to data so security must adapt to their needs.
The Senate defense appropriations bill give DoD more than $100 billion in research and development spending.
One of the most troublesome forms of cyber attack, ransomware famously hit Baltimore earlier this year.
With cybersecurity among the top national security concerns, the Pentagon has been pushing for greater cybersecurity in its supply chain — all 300,000 companies in it.
Anne Neuberger, the director of cybersecurity at NSA, said the new cybersecurity directorate is expected to reach initial operational capability on Oct. 1 and full operational capability by Dec. 31.
For more now details, The Fulcrum editor in chief David Hawkings joined Federal Drive with Tom Temin.
DHS, the CIA and DoD are finding innovative ways to hire, train and retain employees with expertise in cybersecurity, cloud computing and other hard-to-fill technology skillsets.