5G will require Air Force to rethink its networks, chief of staff says
The Air Force is on a mission to make sure its "digital backbone" is ready for any emerging technology to come, says Gen. Charles Q. Brown
TIC program in ‘final stage’ before releasing remaining initial 3.0 guidance
The Overlay Handbook and Traditional TIC and Branch Office use cases are coming, with a draft of the remote user use case expected by the end of 2020.
GSA considering more CMMC-like cyber requirements in its governmentwide contracts
A top GSA IT acquisition official said the agency will continue to bake new controls for how contractors handle sensitive government information into its largest acquisition vehicles.
Navy moving toward zero-trust network, with pandemic as pivot point
The Navy's top IT official said the service will use the modernization prompted by the pandemic to move to a zero-trust model for security.
NASA opens bidding on expanded billion-dollar enterprise IT contract
The expanded enterprise IT contract could be worth more than $1.5 billion.
The Census Bureau’s move to zero trust begins with the cloud
Until the agency goes from being just another cloud consumer to a primary user, perimeter security will prevail.