Sen. Josh Hawley blocked quick confirmation of Alejandro Mayorkas.
Come inauguration, nearly a third of department-level CIO positions will need new occupants.
The task force currently running these efforts is set to dissolve in the coming months.
The aim is to promote international collaboration and push forward new and needed technological developments.
The Air Force acquisition chief says he keeps politics out of his work at the Pentagon — and that the U.S. will lose against China without agility.
The administration wants to add $9 billion to the Technology Modernization Fund and give CISA a boost.
The agency is seeking comment on a software-heavy update of its cybersecurity best practices.
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Security concerns in the run up to the inauguration have agencies taking special precautions.
It marks the agency’s recognition of the emerging technology’s importance.
Execution of enterprise cloud programs was previously run through the office of the chief information officer.
The agency’s current IT work is guided by a strategic planning document that dates back to 2016.
Basic cyber hygiene isn’t so basic when it comes to remote environments.
The digital marketplace for the Defense Department’s Trusted Capital initiative went live shortly before the holidays.
It’s all part of a new partnership the agency is embarking on with Syntegra, and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.
While the General Services Administration usually works on helping other agencies buy emerging technologies, the new DIGIT contract looks to support internal modernization efforts.
Americans are most likely to intend to vaccinate when a vaccine is made in the U.S., administered in a single dose, over 90% effective and carrying a less than 1 in 100 chance of experiencing minor side effects.
The intelligence agency kicked off the program in December.
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