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CIO Council stands up office to support governmentwide collaboration pilot

The Federal CIO Council has established a program management office to support policy, cybersecurity and other compliance challenges as it continues to build out a cross-agency collaboration tool capability. Billy Mitchell has the story.


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Clare Martorana says improving user experience will require Apollo Program-like approach to innovation

Improving customer experience and ensuring that citizens experience joined-up systems will require the same approach to innovation that took the U.S. to the moon, according to Federal CIO Clare Martorana. John Hewitt Jones has the details.


Agencies must get better at refining zero-trust project requirements

Agencies have made “a lot” of progress implementing zero-trust security since the issuance of the Biden administration’s Cybersecurity Executive Order but still struggle to articulate IT project requirements, according to the General Services Administration’s cyber lead. Dave Nyczepir has the story.


Telework appears to have benefitted human-centered design, says VA experience leader

The Department of Veterans Affairs’ approach to human-centered design so far appears to have benefitted from remote evidence gathering, according to a user design leader at the department. John Hewitt Jones has the details.


Feds likely to fall short of deadline for strengthening encryption, multifactor authentication

A winning streak of hitting deadlines under President Joe Biden’s ambitious May cybersecurity executive order is widely expected to end Monday, affecting changes that administration officials have touted most: implementing multifactor authentication and encryption at all civilian federal agencies. Tim Starks has the story for CyberScoop.


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NSA, CISA guidance helps agencies minimize Kubernetes risks

Containerized software services — and the emergence of Kubernetes to deploy and manage them – have played crucial roles in modernizing applications. But a new guide from the National Security Agency and Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency points to important steps agencies need to take to harden container environments, says security expert Paul Fox. Listen to the full interview.


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