The Pentagon wants to bring on a recruiter to hire tech talent
The Defense Digital Service issued a request for information this week looking to create a "Civilian Hiring as a Service Pilot Program" for recruiting.
Workforce skills gap slowing cloud readiness for mission critical services
If government wants to focus next steps to the cloud for its mission critical services, it will need help provisioning virtual data centers, cloud specialists say.
MITRE fellowships offer feds new systems engineering skills
The federally funded R&D center has partnered with the University of Virginia for a yearlong professional development for federal employees to learn about systems engineering.
CIO Edwards pushes for data-savvy CIA workforce
At the CIA, everybody must learn to work with data and technology, from agents and analysts to operators and engineers.
DOD expands industry day for contract on cybersecurity testing teams
The National Cyber Range Complex (NCRC) Event Planning, Operations, and Support event will now take place Nov. 27-28, followed by one-on-one meetings with attendees afterward.
The National Cybersecurity Strategy sounds familiar because it is, U.S. CISO says
"At the end of the day, it’s about doing a lot of patching, a lot of basic grunt work, and doing it well day in and day out,” Federal CISO Grant Schneider said.