Coronavirus could further delay EIS telecom modernization ‘crucial’ to emergency response
The General Services Administration isn't pushing back contract award deadlines, yet.
DOD warns contractors of taking ‘adversarial’ investments during pandemic
"It's critically important that we understand that during this crisis the [Defense Industrial Base] is vulnerable to adversarial capital, so we need to ensure companies can stay in business without losing their technology," said Ellen Lord.
For remote learning in government, coronavirus cyber training could prove transformational
With the NICE Cybersecurity Workforce Framework as a guide, agencies can not only identify skills gaps but explore new ways of instruction.
IT remains high in Senate’s nearly $2 trillion rescue package, but less than House’s draft
The Senate's COVID-19 response bill offers a different and apparently smaller chunk of money to the federal government to meet its teleworking and IT challenges.
OPM directs agencies to hire, administer oath with digital tools
It is up to the agency CIOs to determine which tool best fits their workforce.
The case for remote voting by Congress strengthens as more lawmakers quarantine
Independent resolutions in the House and Senate don't specify what technology might be used in each chamber, respectively.