Emerging Tech

Cryptocurrency Founder Convicted of Defrauding Investors of More Than $6 Million

My Big Coin founder Randall Crater was convicted of charges related to fraud and misleading investors over the value of his cryptocurrency.

IT Modernization

VA Senior Staffers 'Failed' to Provide Accurate Data on EHR Training, Watchdog Finds

An OIG investigation found that change management leaders’ lack of due diligence impeded assessment of the electronic health record system training process.

CXO Briefing

A Look At Tech Amendments In The 2023 House NDAA

The bill, which boasted several hundred amendments, has provisions that touch on cyber education, spectrum, and satellites.

Cybersecurity

Simple Cyber Reporting Will Enable Better Governmentwide Response, Lawmaker Argues

Sen. Gary Peters discussed how streamlined reporting to CISA can clarify the cyber threat landscape to all U.S. networks.

Data

Watchdog: CDC Needs Automation to Fix Clunky COVID-19 Tracking for Airlines

The Government Accountability Office said that outdated data collection habits result in difficulty contact tracing for COVID infections among airlines. 

Data

GAO: State Department Needs to Do More to Address IT Workforce Challenges

The agency does not have the necessary data to evaluate its IT staffing practices, according to the watchdog.

Cybersecurity

House Bill Tasks CISA With SolarWinds Report

A key lawmaker on the House Homeland Security Committee wants more details on what was breached and what was lost when the SolarWinds Orion platform was compromised in a supply chain attack.

Emerging Tech

CFPB Expands Technologist Hiring Program

A top agency official says the agency needs more technologists to help it achieve its core mission.

Policy

Regulatory Agency Issues First Document Addressing AI in Nuclear Operations

The Nuclear Regulatory Commission wants comments on its inaugural Artificial Intelligence Strategic Plan as more machine learning is introduced into the field.

IT Modernization

VA Electronic Record System ‘Not Yet Stable Enough’ for Planned Rollouts

The Boise Veterans Affairs Medical Center now plans to deploy the Cerner Millennium system a month later than originally planned, with the year’s remaining rollouts pushed to 2023.

Cybersecurity

GAO: Potential Federal Cyber Insurance Program Should Avoid Moral Hazard

The government watchdog highlighted the need for specific security requirements in recommending other relevant agencies explore the possibility of providing federal assistance to private sector entities following a catastrophic event.

CXO Briefing

The Pentagon Should Keep Better Tabs on IT Cybersecurity, Supply Chain Risks, GAO Says

The findings come as the Defense Department continues to increase its investment in information technology and cybersecurity year over year—a trend that could likely mean more scrutiny.

News

Oversight Report Says U.S. Marshals Need More Effective Cataloging for Seized Crypto

A new audit from the Office of the Inspector General reveals the U.S. Marshals Service could improve its seized crypto management with new procedures and policies.

CXO Briefing

More Reality Checks Could Help Keep DOD Programs on Time and Budget, GAO Says

The Pentagon has long espoused “knowledge-based acquisition,” but doesn’t insist on it.

IT Modernization

Senators Call on Biden to Prioritize Procuring Tech, Staff for Large Scale Declassification

Officials at the National Archives say agencies could be using artificial intelligence to more efficiently process a tremendous backlog of appeals.

Emerging Tech

Lawmakers Want to Know How Much Bad Software Costs DOD

When the House Armed Services Committee begins its markup process of the annual defense authorization bill on June 8, look out for a provision asking the Pentagon to account for wasted money and lost productivity caused by poorly performing software.

CXO Briefing

Why Are so Many Big Tech Whistleblowers Women? Here Is What the Research Shows

Frances Haugen, Timnit Gebru and Janneke Parrish are at the forefront of a group of high-profile women calling out big tech. Is there a connection between their gender and their role as whistleblowers?

Cybersecurity

New Report Points to Cyber Risks in TVA Control Systems

A federal utility operating in seven southeastern states failed to implement proper cybersecurity standards for a control system assisting with flood and river management, according to a recent oversight report.

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