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Biden's vacant CIO roles

As President Joe Biden took office, several politically appointed federal chief information officers resigned from their roles. The resignations — a procedural norm after every presidential election — left senior IT leadership vacancies at several large federal departments and agencies. As CIOs are appointed, FedScoop will keep you updated with the new (or returning) faces in the federal CIO community. Billy Mitchell tracks the vacancies and new hires.

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The Pentagon needs infrastructure for AI by 2025

The National Security Commission on AI issued a draft of its final report to Congress, and its big conclusion is that the Department of Defense needs to widely implement an infrastructure to support artificial intelligence by 2025. Once that AI infrastructure is in place, the Pentagon will have a chance to work toward some of its greater objectives, like building AI-enabled, sensor-based command and control networks. Jackson Barnett has the inside scoop.

Treasury’s fiscal data site growing by leaps and bounds

The Treasury Department's website for data about federal finances has added six datasets since its launch last summer, with plans for a couple more additions in the next few months. The site already provides data-savvy users with comprehensive metadata and data dictionaries explaining the content, format, structure and use of datasets, and now officials want to go back and add more basic information — like explanations and context — for the general public. Dave Nyczepir has more.


7 security practices that enable mission outcomes

2020 has posed significant security challenges for federal agencies. With needs constantly evolving, it makes it hard for organizations to maintain successful practices. Cisco’s Steve Caimi and Peter Romness break down findings from a recent survey of nearly 5,000 IT, security and privacy leaders, and they review best practices from security programs as agencies adopt IT strategies for the new year. Read more from Caimi and Romness.

Using Managed Services to Better Meet the Mission

Federal agencies continue to look for more effective ways to modernize their IT systems. We would like to know your view and experience in your agency’s use of contracted services to manage and modernize its IT operations. All responses are kept anonymous. Share your thoughts.

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