A tech-driven Cold War and permanent telework means what for IT?
On today’s episode of The Daily Scoop Podcast, DISA has a new chief of staff, the Biden Administration’s choice to take the Pentagon’s top acquisition job is an experienced hand, and the new telework policy at the Agriculture Department will let eligible employees work out of the office up to eight days every pay period.
Pentagon names Gregory Kausner acting head of acquisition
Paul Cramer takes up the No.2 procurement job as Deputy Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition and Sustainment.
Microsoft: ‘We respect and accept’ DOD decision to move on from JEDI
AWS also says that it understands and agrees with the government's decision to scrap the contract.
Sen. Warner: Pentagon tech spending should be ‘reexamined’ post-COVID
Defense funding will likely be curtailed to address federal deficit increases, at a time when when investments in cybersecurity and 5G are needed to compete with China, the Virginia senator said.
Pentagon actively working to combat adversarial AI
The Joint Artificial Intelligence Center wants data and model sharing to generate a manifest protecting against attempts to sabotage algorithms.
CISA’s Krebs: The US will win 5G race because ‘we own the cloud space’
"Really, when you think about the advantage of 5G, it's all about moving data ... which really translates to cloud," the CISA director says. "And who does cloud better than the United States of America?"