In today’s Federal Newscast, thousands of veterans are waiting for the Department of Veterans Affairs to pay their education benefits.
As the Army maps out a new architecture for tactical networks, it’s trying to balance technical flexibility against a one-size-fits-all approach.
As it seeks a new long-term strategy for its tactical networks, Army leaders say they’re aiming to jumpstart the design process by beginning with commercial equipment that’s already been proved by the military’s special operations forces.
HHS OIG’s Kirsten Dalboe, an advocate for information, labeling herself as somewhat of a data ‘enabler,’ joins Gigi Schumm on Federal News Radio’s Women of Washington.
JC Herz, national expert on open-source software and COO and founder of Ion Channel, discusses how open-source code makes up around 80 percent of all proprietary business software. If that code doesn’t come from a reliable source or a consistent committer, it can result in huge security problems for consumers.
Philip Quade, the chief information security officer for Fortinet, said because of the growing use of IoT devices, agency cyber executives and other leaders should pay more attention to the ever-growing integration between information technology (IT) and operational technology (OT).
Chris Cleary, director of business development and federal cyber strategy at Tenable, says industry needs to step up to the plate when it comes to providing the newest tech to DoD.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture plans to rename one of its IT service providers to reflect a doubling down on customer service.
The Army says the outcome of two studies shows the need to “pivot” to a new strategy for its tactical network.
The University of Maryland University College wants to fill a void with a new Master’s program in cloud architecture and management.