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07/13/2021
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New requirements under CMMC

A Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification assessment could soon be more costly for some Department of Defense contractors. The DOD and the CMMC Accreditation Body are working to finalize requirements that could mandate having more experienced — and expensive — assessors conduct the needed tests of contractor networks that transmit controlled unclassified information. Jackson Barnett has the scoop.


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CDC modernizing immunization information system

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is working to modernize its immunization information system as nearly half of the nation now has a COVID-19 vaccination. The agency intends to make sole-source contract awards to seven vendors to make changes to the system allowing connectivity to the Immunization (IZ) Gateway. Dave Nyczepir has this one.


GAO encourages agencies to improve forensic algorithm standards in new report

Agencies and Congress should consider improving standards, training and transparency around forensic algorithms to help analysts better use them in criminal investigations, according to a Government Accountability Office technology assessment released last week. More from Dave.


NASA seeks cybersecurity and privacy enterprise support

NASA is in the early stages of an acquisition to contract personnel to provide cybersecurity and privacy enterprise solutions and services (CyPrESS) in support of all its centers and facilities. Read more on FedScoop.


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WATCH: Mike Horton discusses the DHS’ data intelligence domain

DHS’s chief data officer says that his office’s overall goal is to drive products from DHS data in order to bring greater efficiencies to their work. He touches on initiatives for FEMA and Border Patrol, and also how the organization is rethinking the alignment between its network and security operations centers. Watch Horton’s full interview here.


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