Shortcomings in FEMA’s IT management have direct effect on disaster response, IG report says
The report blames "decentralized resource allocation" and a lack of CIO authority for the issues, which affected the agency's ability to respond during and after the 2017 hurricane and fire season.
Architect of the Capitol could do a better job monitoring IT contracts, says IG
But the agency does not agree with the report's conclusion.
Cloud security weaknesses put 2020 census prep at ‘potentially catastrophic risk’
A recent audit by the agency's inspector general found some significant issues.
Federal Acquisition Service has fixed IT pricing problems found in 2016 audit, report says
There were widespread problems with how the agency priced products and services under IT Schedule 70, but the FSA has fully addressed them, the GSA Office of the Inspector General says.
Could artificial intelligence be the key to DOD completing a clean audit?
The head of the Pentagon's new artificial intelligence capability believes AI could play a key role in helping the DOD shore up its accounting in hopes of bringing the pipedream to reality.
Cybersecurity flaws could allow adversaries to ‘circumvent’ U.S. missile defense systems
Basic controls like multifactor authentication and physical locks on servers were missing from the locations auditors inspected.