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Federal agencies have until Dec. 24 to apply fixes for Log4Shell vulnerability

Federal agencies have 15 days to respond to the Log4Shell system security flaw following its designation as a critical vulnerability by the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency. John Hewitt Jones has this.

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HHS names George Chambers as acting CIO

The Department of Health and Human Services has named George Chambers as acting chief information officer, FedScoop has learned. John Hewitt Jones has the scoop.

Transforming Digital Services — A FedScoop Special Report

The Biden administration has placed a greater emphasis on enhancing the federal government’s digital services delivery as one of the key tenets of the president’s management agenda. Government must strive to provide a better customer experience and reach Americans in new, innovative ways they’ve come to expect in their daily lives, the White House says. FedScoop explores the transformation of federal digital services in a new special report. Read more in the special report.

Army ahead of schedule on email transition, IT leaders say

The Army’s migration from the Department of Defense’s custom email system to a Microsoft Office 365 platform is ahead of schedule, with more than 50% of the service’s accounts transferred so far, top IT officials said. Jackson Barnett has more.

DHS establishes its own bug bounty program, offering outsiders $500 to $5K for discovering flaws

The Homeland Security Department is launching a bug bounty program to invite researchers to probe its systems for flaws, DHS Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas said Tuesday. Read more from Tim Starks on CyberScoop.


WATCH: NARA’s CTO on increasing access to data at the edge

Gulam Shakir shares how the agency is rethinking its approach to data access through its project to release 1950’s Census records. He also touches on how the agency is reshaping their investment priorities to explore container orchestration to manage its architecture at scale, and what lies ahead for the agency’s policies on securing access to information. Watch Shakir’s full interview here.

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