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Among heated questions about federal telework, the House Oversight and Accountability Committee urged Office of Personnel Management Director to make improvements to retirement services, the Federal Employees Health Benefits (FEHB) Program and the federal hiring process.
Everyone knows data is the essential element in improving government operations, understanding trends in the world, and solving big problems. Yet sometimes data can reveal too much, like people's personal information. That is why data sets have to undergo what is known as de-identification.
CISA is requesting nearly $425 million in 2024 to launch a new "Cyber Analytics and Data System."
This past fall, Juliana Vida from Splunk wrote a piece exploring the value that full observability can bring to government IT organizations as they strive to achieve end-to-end visibility across their entire hybrid technology landscape, including both on-premise and fully cloud-based environments.
VA is telling Congress it understands what went wrong in previous deployments of its new Electronic Health Record, and is confident short-term fixes will allow the agency to resume the project.
The Information Technology Industry Council (ITI) is a global advocate for technology, representing some of the world’s most-notable and innovative companies. ITI promotes public policies and industry standards that advance competition and innovation worldwide.
Gundeep Ahluwalia, the chief information officer for the Labor Department, said three funding sources, two-year appropriations, a working capital fund and the Technology Modernization Fund, is giving the agency the resources to move to the cloud.
The cloud and data branch lives in the C5I Service Center in the Coast Guard. The C5I Service Center provides all IT development and support services for the entire Coast Guard infrastructure.
The fifth annual Defense Department-wide financial audit, its most recent, required that independent accountants look at an organization with roughly 2.9 million people and $3.5 trillion in assets.
You could think of integrated circuits (chips), as the smallest building blocks in the nation's critical infrastructure. Recently, the National Security Agency (NSA) issued detailed guidance on keeping what it called "adversarial influence" out of microelectronics used in Defense Department systems.
Acquisition officials, especially in the Defense Department, worry about why the roster of would-be federal contractors seems to contract every year. Small companies in particular seem to be departing. If could be, the ever-expanding list of rules are driving them away.
Despite industry and government efforts, identity data theft still hits tens of millions of Americans every year. The last quarter of 2022, for example, the tally was something like 22 million. That's according to the latest breach dashboard compiled by data company TransUnion.
The White House is asking Congress to increase spending on cybersecurity by 13% over the 2023 request and wants to spend $510 million on customer experience initiatives.
Find out why value stream management is gaining steam as the framework for measuring value in DevSecOps environments.
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