Two GSA IT modernization leaders leaving

Anil Cheriyan, the director of the Technology Transformation Service and deputy commissioner of the Federal Acquisition Service at the General Services…

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Banking agency’s “Money Smart” podcast answers consumers’ financial questions

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Banks plead for delay in rules to protect servicemembers from predatory lending

Trade groups representing banks and credit unions say they haven’t had enough time to study the DoD’s rules to protect servicemembers from predatory loans.

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ADVANCE FOR USE MONDAY, DEC. 21, 2015 AT 3:01 A.M. EST (2201 GMT) AND THEREAFTER; THIS STORY MAY NOT BE PUBLISHED, BROADCAST OR POSTED ONLINE BEFORE MONDAY, DEC. 21, 2015 AT 3:01 A.M. EST (2201 GMT) - This Wednesday, May 20, 2015 photo shows server banks inside a data center at AEP headquarters in Columbus, Ohio. Like most big utilities, AEP's power plants, substations and other vital equipment are managed by a network that is separated from the company's business software with layers of authentication, and is not accessible via the Internet. Creating that separation, and making sure that separation is maintained, is among the most important things utilities can do to protect the grid's physical assets. (AP Photo/John Minchillo)

FDIC taking steps to strengthen cybersecurity

The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation is taking a range of steps to strengthen its cybersecurity posture, including an end-to-assessment and limiting…

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Lawmakers warn FDIC’s cyber solutions could be adding insult to injury

Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Chairman Martin Gruenberg defended his CIO Larry Gross and his initiatives to improve the agency’s cybersecurity posture. But members of a congressional committee warned some of those plans might do more harm than good.

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