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Camille Tuutti

Camille Tuutti
Camille Tuutti is the former executive editor of Nextgov. She previously served as editorial director at FedScoop, and prior to that, was a staff writer and "People" section editor at Federal Computer Week. Before that, Camille worked as a news editor and reporter, covering government contracting and IT. In her spare time, Camille serves as vice president of communications for Young AFCEA Bethesda. Originally from Stockholm, Sweden, Camille has lived in London and New York before touching down in Washington, D.C. She currently lives in NE D.C.
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A Testing Ground for Tech: OCR 2019 Explores the Art of the Possible for First Responder Community

Two technology giants joined forces to create a unique experience for first responders, bringing together the crisis management community with technology innovators who help empower them to respond to any disaster, natural or manmade.

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When Cyberattacks Turn Physical, Tech Proves Vital to Response at OCR 2019

During Operation Convergent Response 2019, a simulation illustrates how technology helps cyber teams and first responders mitigate a powerful ransomware attack on critical infrastructure.

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Ecosystem of Tech Powers Emergency Responders in Real Time at Operation Convergent Response

During Operation Convergent Response 2019, technology takes center stage as AI and telehealth tools demonstrate emergency response and communications in a decontamination simulation.

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Technology Fuels Efforts to Quell Wildfires at OCR 2019

As wildfires ravage different parts of the country, a demonstration at Operation Convergent Response 2019 shows how coordinated efforts fueled by technology can help first responders on the ground tackle a blazing inferno.

CXO Briefing

Be Boring When You Need To, Innovate When It Makes Sense, GSA CTO Says

“We have an incredible allergy toward failure,” said General Services Administration's top technologist.


Hacking Back Could Lead to Cyber Vigilantism, Lawmaker Says

Rep. Jim Langevin warned authorizing hacking back could result in collateral damage.


The New Administration's Cyber Stance

Although much of Trump's cyber agenda remains murky, we've seen drafts hinting at his priorities.

Emerging Tech

How Sexy Tech Could Tackle Some of Government's 'Boring' Jobs

At first, artificial intelligence may tackle repetitive jobs and ease backlogs.

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How Virtual Reality Could Be Used to Save Lives

Think these technologies are too futuristic for the government? Not anymore.

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Ebook: 2017 Federal IT Trends Forecast

Hint: Expect cyber, data and emerging technologies such as virtual reality to remain in the spotlight, while areas like customer service will see less momentum.


Top US Officials Say Russia 'Authorized' DNC Hacks

"These thefts and disclosures are intended to interfere with the U.S. election process," said a statement from DHS and the Office of the Director of National Intelligence.


Nextgov Ebook: Combating the Insider Threat

Learn how agencies are protecting themselves against both the careless employee and the one who went rogue.


The Insider Threat: A Historical Perspective

Trained as a forensic psychologist and a 15-year veteran of the Naval Criminal Investigative Service, Michael Gelles has long had an interest in the bad guys within organizations.


Why a Hack on Education Department Would Be Worse than the OPM Breach

Despite housing tens of millions of people’s sensitive information and 180-plus databases, the agency doesn’t "even have the most basic of tools” to protect them against breaches, Chaffetz said.

IT Modernization

How the Cloud Can Shake Legacy Tech Out of Agencies

Riverbed Technology IT executives Jerry Kennelly and Davis Johnson share insight into the government’s tech challenges, legacy systems and why Silicon Valley matters more than ever to government.


Nextgov Ebook: Tech Revolutions: Open Source and the Internet of Things

This ebook features two more recent Tech + Tequila themes: open source and the internet of things.