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Sloppy expense-accounts leave former government scientist owing thousands of dollars

In today’s Federal Newscast: A former top government scientist is exposed for thousands of dollars in sloppy expense-account reporting. An $83 million…

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NIST’s AI risk management framework must focus on ethical AI

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Pentagon considers incentives to get companies to CMMC 2.0 early

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NIST seeks feedback on potential ‘moonshot’ of supply chain security project

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Chairman Sen. Gary Peters, D-Mich., speaks during a Senate Governmental Affairs Committee hybrid nominations hearing on Capitol Hill in Washington, Thursday, April 22, 2021, to consider the nominees for Postal Service Governors Anton Hajjar, Amber McReynolds, and Ronald Stroman, along with Kiran Ahuja, the nominee to be Office of Personnel Management Director. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)

Senate lawmakers introduce FISMA reforms, including cyber incident reporting for agencies, contractors

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Research shows NIST, ISO supply chain standards have up to 89% overlap of risk controls

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FASC has opportunity to bring supply chain efforts under its umbrella

The Federal Acquisition Security Council (FASC) finalized its processes, procedures and practices by releasing its final rule on Aug. 26.

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NIST launches supply chain security framework effort with top tech firms

Leading tech firms and other businesses made cybersecurity commitments after meeting with President Biden at the White House this week.

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President Joe Biden signs the cybersecurity executive order on May 12.

New cyber executive order a ‘necessary shock to the system,’ NIST says

The National Institute of Standards and Technology said it isn’t interested in establishing new testing or compliance regimes for software companies to conform to in implementing the president’s new cybersecurity executive order.

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