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DOD launching 'enduring' telework solution

After successfully launching a remote work solution called Commercial Virtual Remote during the height of the pandemic, the Department of Defense is now in the closing months of an even bigger lift to roll out an “enduring” telework solution, acting CIO John Sherman told FedScoop. Dubbed DOD365, it’s the type of work-from-anywhere solution long wanted in the government but that has been difficult to achieve due to security concerns. “This is darn impressive when you look at where we started,” Sherman said. Jackson Barnett has the exclusive interview.

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CISA's biggest challenge

Lawmakers may want to restructure the organization of the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency, but really, they should be focused on helping the budding agency attract, hire and retain talented cybersecurity professionals, former Secretary of Homeland Security Jeh Johnson said Wednesday. The agency needs to do a better job convincing potential hires to serve their country rather than making a buck at companies like Goldman Sachs and Citigroup or the defense industry, Johnson said. “Some of our best cybersecurity people were stolen away by the financial services sector, who could pay them two or three times what the government pays them,” he said. Dave Nyczepir has more.

Northern Command undertakes new JADC2 tests

The U.S. Northern Command and North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) will conduct tests starting Thursday to implement new artificial intelligence technology into their decision-making processes. During the test events, they will focus on fusing data from across sensor networks and improving decision making with data, a critical part of detecting incoming missiles and other threats in line with the military’s move to Joint All Domain Command and Control (JADC2). More from Jackson.


Higher speeds, lower costs and other benefits of modern data platforms

The big data question hanging over CIOs and CDOs is how to derive the most value for their mission. The volume and velocity of data generated by agencies require more effective ways to handle data management and analysis. For government agencies, lessons can be learned from companies like Verizon Media, which use modern data platforms to handle large-scale data correlations at a significantly lower cost compared to past tools. Listen to the conversation.

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