Where is the 2020 Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey?
In a letter to OPM's acting director, Rep. Gerry Connolly presses for answers on why the annual federal employee survey is missing in action.
NIST releases finalized zero-trust architecture guidance
The document adds a section on the tenets of the security philosophy and adopts longstanding federal language around approaches.
New ‘color of money’ for DOD software gaining traction, Lord says
By changing the "color of money," DOD will create a software-specific way for contracting officers to buy code. Other changes are coming too.
Let’s Talk About IT Ep. 14 — CIO Jim Gfrerer on VA’s pandemic IT response
"This has been a black swan event, right, it's a one-in-a-century event," Gfrerer said in a new episode of the podcast.
Lawmakers look to extend federal telework as coronavirus cases rise
The proposed Senate bill would require telework where possible while granting agency heads the flexibility to sanction in-person work when necessary.
Moving from predictive to data prescriptive analytics
The evolution of modern data management platforms gives agencies not only greater insights, but greater ability to take recommended actions.
From the CISO’s desk: building a stronger cybersecurity posture
When the coronavirus pandemic hit, the New Jersey Court was prepared to pivot quickly to meet new risk, thanks to efforts to build a comprehensive...
‘Malicious’ cyber actor spoofing SBA’s coronavirus loan relief webpage
The spoofed website is designed for credential stealing and comes almost four months after the Small Business Administration took down eight...
GSA improving how it applies Centers of Excellence to agency problems
Early partnerships proved instrumental in honing the initiative's ability to achieve business objectives, but don't expect a playbook.
Air Force considers ‘hybrid model’ for bug bounties on classified systems
There's no point in classifying a system if adversaries can easily hack it, said Air Force's Will Roper.