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06/28/2021
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Garstka becomes acting CISO for acquisition and sustainment at DOD

U.S. Air Force veteran and former Chief Technology Officer for the Joint Chiefs of Staff John Garstka has taken the role of acting CISO for acquisition and sustainment at the Department of Defense. Jackson Barnett has the scoop.


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Hice calls on IGs to assess telework's impact

House representative Jody Hice, R-Ga., has written to the inspectors general of 10 agencies, calling on them to investigate the effect of telework on the performance of government departments. John Hewitt Jones has the story.


Navy CDO Sasala says service has a 'massive' data duplication problem

Navy Chief Data Officer Tom Sasala on Thursday said the service would spend the rest of 2021 inventorying its data and solidifying management roles and responsibilities. Dave Nyczepir has the story.


Former GSA acquisition officer Salmoiraghi joins HR consultancy

The ex-chief acquisition officer of GSA, Jessica Salmoiraghi, has taken a new private-sector role after leaving the public sector in January. John has this too.


DOD may be underestimating risk in major IT systems

A report published last Wednesday by the GAO has identified several key systems that the oversight agency says should be designated as higher-risk. Jackson has this one also.


Lawmakers look to create cyber training programs at CISA, VA

The Federal Cybersecurity Workforce Expansion Act would launch a registered apprenticeship program at CISA and a veteran training pilot at the VA, although the cost has yet to be determined. Dave Nyczepir has the story.


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What SolarWinds revealed about the gaps in enterprise IT security

In an exclusive FedScoop interview, Palo Alto Networks’ public sector SVP Dana Barnes discusses lessons learned from the SolarWinds hack and what leaders should focus on today to building a more secure IT environment. Learn more from Barnes. 


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How federal and state agencies are meeting the mission with AI

The past year has been a testbed for AI innovation in the public sector as agencies helped people remotely and responded to the public health crisis. Technology evangelist Alexis Bonnell shares some of the stories that stood out to her the most over this time, and recounts how she helped leaders break down myths around AI as they embarked on a journey to evaluate and implement new capabilities. Listen to the full conversation.


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