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12/02/2019
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CBP's 'widespread' IT issues in tracking families

According to the Department of Homeland Security’s inspector general, Customs and Border Protection knowingly lacked the IT systems necessary to track separated migrant families when it implemented the department's zero-tolerance policy in May 2018 for immigrants illegally entering the country. CBP “adopted various ad hoc methods” for tracking detainees without “adequate guidance” from DHS, resulting in “widespread errors,” a recent IG report says. Dave Nyczepir has the story.


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What's your version of the 'smart' airport?

The Federal Aviation Administration wants students to come up with ideas for what airports will look like in the future. The agency’s “smart airport” challenge holds a goal of “improving the efficiency and effectiveness of smart technology in and around the airport environment” while also “enhancing the overall traveling experience.” The opportunity is advertised on central government citizen-science platform Challenge.gov. Tajha Chappellet-Lanier has more.


John Zangardi lands at Leidos

Leidos announced publicly last week that John Zangardi has taken a senior executive role with the company, confirming news that sources close to Zangardi told FedScoop earlier this month when he suddenly departed DHS. He'll serve as senior vice president of business initiatives and strategic partnerships in the company’s Civil Group. See more on Zangardi's move.


Paul Puckett to be Army's cloud manager

Paul Puckett, a civilian with a combination of private sector and government experience, has taken over as director of the Army's new Enterprise Cloud Management Office, positioned under the Office of the CIO/G6 led by Lt. Gen. Bruce Crawford. Puckett comes from cloud and software services company Pivotal Software, Inc., where he was chief technology officer for its federal business. He previously served about six years as an IT leader at the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency. Read more on Puckett's role.


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