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Evidence-based policy report calls for secure data service
The report lays out recommendations for the establishment of a National Secure Data Service to oversee transparent and privacy-protected information.
Commerce wants to move its cybersecurity to the cloud
The Department of Commerce is reaching out to industry stakeholders to find out how to move its cybersecurity operations to the cloud.
Harvard undergraduates launch fellowship to connect students early to federal agencies
Not every tech-savvy student at an elite college is looking for a summer internship in Silicon Valley, and if an opportunity in government is the goal, the attractive options can be scarce. A new program is looking to fix that.
DHS’s diagnostics open door to collaboration inside agencies, says Commerce official
The cross-cutting functionality required by the deployment of CDM tools helped Commerce get many other conversations started about ways the various parts of the department could bring its IT provisioning together.
Automated signature system expected to save $1.2M annually for Census Bureau
The eSignLive system will remove the need for paper and manual shipping and handling.
Employees lack clear confidant for discussing data removal, former official says
At a time when some worry that federal scientific data will be removed from government websites, a former Obama-era Commerce Department official said Saturday he didn't know of a clear path for career officials to alert people to those problems.