CIO Briefing

Data-Driven Government

Federal agencies have achieved various levels of success in unlocking the potential in their data to meet missions and improve decision-making.

CIO Briefing

Pentagon Moves to Prove the Feasibility of Biomanufacturing in Space

Ethics experts will support a new DARPA project that could pave the way for the Defense Department's first space-based manufacturing option.

Sponsor Content

Tampa Taps 5G to Improve Public Safety

Verizon is proud to help Tampa public safety prepare for the Big Game.

Cybersecurity

Russian National Sentenced to Five Years For Aiding Malware Hacking

Aleksandr Grichishkin, 34, pleaded guilty to providing a server allowing cybercriminals temporary use of IP addresses to bypass security measures and exploit financial data.

Emerging Tech

VA Revitalizes Plan For EHR System Rollout

Officials implemented new positions to help streamline and coordinate EHR system implementations following an arduous initial deployment.

CIO Briefing

House Panel Examines Recruitment and Telework for the ‘Next Generation’ of Feds

Rep. Gerry Connolly, D-Va., said Wednesday that he is introducing legislation to reform the federal government’s internship programs and writing a bill to expand agencies’ metrics regarding telework following the COVID-19 pandemic.

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GBC Flash Poll: Fraudulent Stimulus Activity

Hundreds of billions of dollars in government stimulus payments resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic have become a prime target for fraudulent activity.

Emerging Tech

Ambitious Agency Modernization Efforts Demand Leadership Involvement

A panel of federal IT leaders said communication and training are also among the paramount requirements for successful digital transformations within federal agencies.

Cybersecurity

Hacker, Journalist Among CISA Directors’ 23 New Cybersecurity Advisors

The new Cybersecurity Advisory Committee will focus on five areas including workforce development, and has room for 12 more members.

Emerging Tech

Sixth Member of International Hacking Community Sentenced in SIM Card Scheme

In response to the growing number of SIM hijacking incidents, federal law enforcement is cracking down on perpetrators.

Cybersecurity

Feds Warned to Look Out For Ransomware Grinches over the Holidays

Federal cybersecurity officials would prefer you keep your holidays a little more secure.

CIO Briefing

Federal Judge Temporarily Blocks Contractor Vaccine Mandate in Three States 

“This is not a case about whether vaccines are effective. They are,” wrote the judge. 

Emerging Tech

Space Force Has a Plan for Training Its Troops. Now It Must Figure Out What They Need to Learn

The newest service can’t train the same way its sisters do. It needs a new simulated environment.

Cybersecurity

CISA Seeks Protective Email Service that Tracks Agencies’ Security Compliance

The agency is ramping up efforts to exercise its new authorities to hunt for threats across the .gov enterprise.

CIO Briefing

Biden Selects Former Air Force Executive to Lead Pentagon Acquisitions

The latest nomination for DOD’s undersecretary for acquisition and sustainment comes almost a year into the role’s vacancy.