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02/04/2022
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GSA eyes wider service impact in response to CX executive order

TMF executive director Raylene Yung tells FedScoop that the fund hopes to add a slew of technical talent in the coming year. Billy Mitchell has the scoop.


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With over 1,500 institutions and hundreds of thousands of students who use AWS Educate, we wanted to take you on a trip around the world and highlight how students are learning and innovating with the cloud. Learn more.


CMMC program moved to the office of DOD chief information officer

The office that created and oversaw CMMC from its outset, the chief information security officer for acquisition and sustainment, has been dissolved. Jackson Barnett has the story.


Heidi Shyu gives first glance at new vision for DOD technology research

The new priorities include a focus on path-breaking technology including artificial intelligence, cybersecurity, next-generation telecommunications networks like 5G and network-of-network systems. Jackson Barnett has this also.


CMS searching for governmentwide health equity data source

Some Medicare and Medicaid quality programs currently collect demographic data such as race, but it is not standardized across government. Dave Nyczepir has the details.


Survey: Federal perceptions of cloud security

As agencies continue to modernize their IT systems, government leaders must still weigh the risks of managing data securely — on-premises or in the cloud. In a short, anonymous survey, FedScoop wants to learn about your agency’s plans and perceptions about migrating and securing data in the cloud; security concerns about cloud services; and what would help alleviate those concerns. Share your insights in this anonymous survey.


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WATCH: Implementing phishing-resistant security to protect critical infrastructure

Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) CISO Jonathan Feibus shares how the use of multi-factor authentication, especially phishing-resistant credentials, in applications and services has better-prepared NRC for zero trust. Feibus also highlights how NRC’s cybersecurity program strategy is shifting from educational to defensive – ensuring users become better network citizens rather than just passing compliance scores. Hear more from Feibus.


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