Census

Security clearances, cybersecurity, 2020 census remain on GAO’s High-Risk List

by Joe Warminsky • 2 months ago

The list, which the GAO publishes every two years at the start of a new Congress, puts particular attention on the process for security clearances — an issue the agency first raised separately in 2018.

Census Bureau details cybersecurity protections for 2020 count

by Carten Cordell • 9 months ago

With the bureau preparing to make signification leaps in its technology for the 2020 count, agency officials are seeking to allay concerns about how citizen data will be protected.

Commerce CIO Turk would like the IC’s help securing the 2020 census

by Carten Cordell • 10 months ago

As the Commerce Department prepares for the 2020 census, its CIO wants to leverage the intelligence community to identify the threats against it.

House committee chides Census Bureau for failure to deliver information about IT systems

by Tajha Chappellet-Lanier • 1 year ago

"The Bureau’s failure to respond to the Committee’s request is unacceptable," the letter to acting Director Ron Jarmin reads. "Provide the requested documents and information immediately."

Automated signature system expected to save $1.2M annually for Census Bureau

by Evan Fallor • 2 years ago

The eSignLive system will remove the need for paper and manual shipping and handling.

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