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May 23, 2016
The annual defense policy bill the Senate is taking up this week would recast the job of Pentagon CIO — one of a series of changes lawmakers say are designed to cut down on waste and inefficiencies, streamline the defense secretary's office and improve the oversight and management of the department's cybersecurity.
Agency officials described how the IT acquisition reform law has improved internal coordination and planning.
The new federal chief information security officer, once one is chosen, should push more collaboration between agencies and be the bridge for sharing best practices, according to a panel of federal cybersecurity officials.
By David Stegon
July 23, 2012 9:42 PM
David Stegon was a staff reporter for FedScoop and StateScoop from 2011-2014.
Open Source for America's 'Free the Code' campaign, Defense Department Deputy Chief Information Rob Carey on mobile strategy and TSA gets its Android app.
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The Defense Information Systems Agency has set an early June launch date to begin requesting proposals for its latest Defense Departmentwide cloud infrastructure services offering.
Food and Drug Administration
May 13, 2016
With pharma companies in some cases spending $1 billion to develop a new drug, it's crucial that FDA protects the submissions it receives, said FDA Deputy CIO Brad Wintermute.
May 09, 2016
Two newer LG smartphone models have joined the select list of official devices that can be used by Department of Defense employees, according to the handset manufacturer and a DOD website.
April 22, 2016
The demand for more mobile networks is outpacing our ability to support it, and by 2020, network providers may not be able to fully maintain every need, according to a Bell Labs Consulting study.
April 18, 2016
The Department of Homeland Security released its Mobile Applications Playbook Monday, giving federal agencies a roadmap for creating, testing and deploying apps that will be shared across the government.
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