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01/22/2021
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A hybrid workplace?

The future of the federal workplace as we know it could be in flux after many personnel have become accustomed to the new normal of telework. According to some federal IT officials, there will likely be a hybrid model that's more evenly split between those working in-office and those who telework each day. “I expect after COVID that more people will appreciate working remotely and a higher portion of our workforce may want to work remotely," said one federal CIO. Sara Wilson explores the possible new model.


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Obama alums land tech, acquisition jobs at GSA

The new Biden administration has tapped some familiar, Obama-era leaders to head acquisition and technology services at the General Services Administration. Sonny Hashmi, former GSA CIO, will lead the Federal Acquisition Service. And Dave Zvenyach — who served as executive director of 18F for a time during the Trump presidency and in other roles with the tech services team under Obama — will oversee the Technology Transformation Services office. Billy Mitchell has more.


Using AI to monitor AI

Speaking of GSA, the agency has awarded an $807 million contract to NCI Information Systems to use its artificial intelligence-based Evolve Wall command-center screen to track the lifecycle of other AI deployments. The commercial technology identifies an organization’s new emerging technology use cases, showing their impact and the speed at which they can become proofs of concept and ultimately deployed. Dave Nyczepir has this one.


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CMMC requirements open door to modernize security

The defense industrial base has long been targeted by malicious cyber-actors. Supply chain vulnerabilities are particularly large with this community of roughly 300,000 organizations that support the warfighter and contribute towards DOD systems. Cisco’s Andy Stewart discusses the CMMC requirements, and how modern security tools help DIB organizations track their progress on the five-level scale of cybersecurity maturity — assuring they can continue doing business with the DOD. Read more from Stewart.


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