Federal Acquisition Service has fixed IT pricing problems found in 2016 audit, report says

by Joe Warminsky • 5 days ago

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?

by Billy Mitchell • 2 months ago

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

by Billy Mitchell • 5 months ago

Basic controls like multifactor authentication and physical locks on servers were missing from the locations auditors inspected.

Pentagon watchdog will audit combatant commands’ cyberwar plans

by Shaun Waterman • 3 years ago

The Department of Defense inspector general will audit how the U.S. military's combatant commands are planning for cyberwar, the watchdog said this week.

IG report: ‘Significant’ vulnerabilities spotted at CMS

by Chris Bing • 3 years ago

Servers used by the U.S. Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Studies, or CMS, carry four known vulnerabilities, each susceptible to cyberattacks, according to an Office of the Inspector General, or OIG, report published​ Wednesday.

Congress: Federal bank agency CIO ‘misled lawmakers and hid breaches’

by Shaun Waterman • 3 years ago

The CIO of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation misled congressional overseers to cover up cybersecurity breaches at the agency, retaliated against whistleblowers and those who disagreed with him and generally created a toxic work environment for his team, congressional staff allege in a report published Wednesday.

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