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05/12/2022
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Biden to sign bill to create rotational program for federal cybersecurity workforce

Once enacted, the Federal Rotational Cyber Workforce Program Act will establish a formal mechanism for staff to spend time working at different government agencies and gain experience beyond their primary assignments. John Hewitt Jones has the story.


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Federal employees' union files 14 more charges against Office of Personnel Management

The move brings the total number of charges brought against the agency to 29, and comes amid calls from staff for management at the agency to bargain with union representatives over the return of employees to the office. John Hewitt Jones has this also.


Army combining multiple acquisition paths on programs

The Army is getting more creative when it comes to the way it awards and packages contracts in order to increase speed of delivery and flexibility, according to a top acquisition official. Mark Pomerleau has the details


New Marine Corps information command seeks to better link theater forces to the joint force

A forthcoming command announced by the commandant of the Marine Corps aims to more tightly link the service’s information forces in theater with the broader joint force across the globe. Mark Pomerleau has this also.


The Quest for Zero Trust

Federal agencies have been charged with implementing a comprehensive zero-trust cybersecurity strategy as part of a larger White House Executive Order on improving the nation’s cybersecurity. But agencies face several systemic and cultural challenges in accomplishing key goals. In this survey, please share your views on implementing the core capabilities of zero trust, the challenges your agency faces in adopting them and opportunities for accelerating adoption. Share your insights in this anonymous survey.


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Where government stands one year after President Biden’s cybersecurity EO

Google Cloud’s Dan Prieto explains that it’s time for federal agencies to turn talk into action in implementing zero-trust. Listen to the interview.


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