CXO Briefing

Boeing Defense to Cut Execs, Consolidate Divisions

The reorganization is part of a wider culture change pushed by the business unit’s new CEO.

CISA Hires its First 'Chief People Officer'

NASA's Elizabeth Kolmstetter will be charged with aligning talent recruitment efforts at the cybersecurity agency during an increasingly tight labor market.

Microsoft, Lockheed Form New Cloud Collaboration Pact

The world's largest defense company has both internal initiatives and work with military customers in mind for this partnership.

China’s Cyber Capabilities ‘Pose a Serious Threat’ to US, Advisory Panel Warns

The panel’s report also called for the Biden administration to consider revoking China’s status as a favored trading partner if a congressional review finds that Beijing is not complying with its commitments.

The Latest on the Midterm Election Results and What They Could Mean for the Executive Branch

The Democrats will maintain control of the Senate, meaning easier confirmations for political appointees and less combative investigations.  

How the FCC Shields Cellphone Companies From Safety Concerns

The wireless industry is rolling out thousands of new transmitters amid a growing body of research that calls cellphone safety into question. Federal regulators say there’s nothing to worry about — even as they rely on standards established in 1996.

The Army’s Distributed Command Posts of the Future Will Need More than Videochats

Structuring data is key to the service’s visions of Pacific-spanning operations and AI-enabled decision tools.

What a Divided Government Could Mean for Tech Policy

Here’s what a split Congress might mean for tech, cybersecurity and governance.

THE RESULTS: 10 Competitive Midterm Races for Federal Employees to Watch

Control of Congress still hangs in the balance, and several races of key importance to feds are among the tightest in the country.

Nothing’s Decided Yet, But We Might Be Headed to a New Era of Divided Government

As of midnight on Tuesday, the Senate is a toss-up and the House is leaning Republican.

Pentagon on Track to Award $9 Billion Cloud Contract in December

The Pentagon’s Chief Information Officer said the multi-cloud, multi-vendor JWCC contract will be awarded “in about a month.”

10 Competitive Midterm Races for Federal Employees to Watch

Control of Congress hangs in the balance as several races of key importance to feds are among the tightest in the country.

Some Federal Agencies Aren't Fulfilling Biden's Promise to Give Time Off to Vote

Agencies are exploiting loopholes or issuing restrictive policies, confounding staff.

Report Offers Insights on What CDOs Really Want

A new report also found that chief data officers are looking for more funding, more staff and clarity about how the CDO role intersects with agency CIO shops.

NDAA Negotiations Will Determine Success of Several Cyber Solarium Goals

Influence from major industry threatens once again to thwart lawmakers’ attempts to realize their policymaking goals through the annual defense authorization bill.