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Crall is not impressed with JADC2 pitches

Lt. Gen. Dennis Crall didn't hold back when describing the technical solutions industry has pitched so far for the military's vision for Joint All Domain Command and Control (JADC2). “I am looking for good enough and I have not found a good enough," said Crall, who is in charge of orchestrating JADC2 as CIO of the Joint Staff. Crall said the solutions he is looking for range from data management and tagging to identity, credential, and access management (ICAM). He still welcomes pitches from industry, but asked companies to step their game up. Jackson Barnett has more from Crall.

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Once again, IT and cyber are 'high risk'

Once again, the Government Accountability Office found the federal government has largely not improved in managing its IT and cybersecurity. GAO released its biannual High Risk List report Tuesday, highlighting that the federal government has regressed in ensuring national cybersecurity the past two years, and that IT acquisitions and operations continue to require “significant attention." Dave Nyczepir has more from the report.

TMF is back on the table

It looks like the Technology Modernization Fund could get significant funding in the American Rescue Act after all. A draft of the Senate's bill includes $1 billion for the TMF, according to a source familiar with the bill’s text. This latest provision comes after lawmakers considered completely removing the fund from the relief bill in early February. However, it falls well short of the $9 billion the Biden administration asked for. More from Jackson.


Stronger security and access controls with cloud solutions

IT leaders are looking more holistically at how they manage identity across the enterprise network while still complying with FICAM rules. In a new podcast, cloud security experts Andrew Whelchel and Dmitry Kagansky discuss a recent Okta and AWS partnership that brings a new FedRAMP-approved identity solution to the cloud.  Listen to the full discussion.

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