CISO survey released, Stock market may have been victim of cyberattack
As the head of the IRS’s Electronic Tax Administration, Terrence Lutes became the government’s evangelist for online tax filing. We learn more in this encomium from Sen. Ted Kaufman.
A new blog’s goal is to raise the profile of some of the best publications from the Federal Government, past and present. Davita Vance Cooks, Managing Director of Publication & Information Sales for GPO explains.
The National Treasury Employees Union is asking the federal court to end the Federal Career Intern Program (FCIP). NTEU national president Colleen Kelley explains.
VOA victim of hacker porn attack, Is there really a cyberwar?
Computer glitches drive up census costs, USDA modifies green procurement, Coast Guard spill site harvests the hits, Open government hides transition data, Maryland group sues over training center
The House and Senate Armed Services committees will continue work behind the scenes this week in preparation for markups scheduled this month on the fiscal 2011 defense authorization bill. American Banker’s senior editor Jodi Schneider has details.
Out of a total of approximately 5,300 PTO staffers who have both the authorization and the technical capability to telework, 91 staffers telework three days a week; 165 work two days a week from home; 2,700 who work from home one day a week; and finally 2,300 staff who are ”hotelers”, who do the majority of their work from their homes, and only come into PTO headquarters once a week or once every two weeks. Danette Campbell, the senior telework advisor at PTO, explains.
Authorities say the man accused of trying to detonate a car bomb in Times Square is cooperating with investigators. But they say it’s still unclear what motivated Faisal Shahzad and whether he was working alone. National Security Correspondent JJ Green has more in The Hunt
The Service to America Medals (Sammies) awards program pays tribute to America’s dedicated federal workforce, highlighting those who have made significant contributions to our country. Max Stier, President of the Partnership for Public Service, gives us a preview of today’s announcement
The Worldwide Cybersecurity Summit identifies the ”Cyber 40” nations – those with the broadest, most powerful cyber capabilities along with those with the greatest dependence on smoothly functioning digital infrastructures. Retired Lt. General Harry Raduege, Chairman of the Deloitte Center for Cyber Innovation and the former director of the Defense Information Systems Agency, gives us an update from Dallas.
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Dell CEO calls for collaborative effort to secure the Internet, USAF unveils Cyberspace Badge
Three Pentagon Force Protection Agency officers responded when a lone gunman opened fire at the main entrance to the Pentagon on March 4, 2010. We learn more in this encomium from Sen. Ted Kaufman.