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OMB gives deadline for critical software

The Office of Management and Budget has given federal agencies 60 days to identify all their critical software in use or being acquired and a year to secure it, according to a memo issued Tuesday. Dave Nyczepir has the news.

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Peraton scores $1B DOD contract

The Department of Defense awarded a task order worth up to $979 million to Peraton to counter misinformation from U.S. adversaries through its counter-threat messaging support program. John Hewitt Jones has more.

Hyten calls for more timely solutions

The military’s No. 2 officer wants more from the defense industrial base, saying Wednesday that contractors need to deliver more timely capabilities that offer “integrated deterrence.” Jackson Barnett has the story.

Francis Rose joins Scoop News Group

In case you missed the news Wednesday, FedScoop's parent company Scoop News Group has hired award-winning news broadcaster Francis Rose as Vice President of Multimedia Solutions. Rose will play a key role in supporting the company’s multimedia offerings and building upon Scoop News Group’s robust network of digital content across all of its brands. Read more on Rose joining SNG.


The case for establishing an interoperable zero trust foundation for JADC2

Dan Schaaf, senior solutions director and Army Sector CTO for GDIT, makes the case for why it’s critical for the Defense Department to lay a common foundation of zero trust capabilities for all the services, much like it did when it established a PKI root certification authority for identity and access management initiatives. And he points to a model for how it can best be accomplished. Read more from Dan Schaaf.


Why SD-WAN takes on greater importance in hybrid IT environments

As government organizations expand their hybrid IT environments and adopt zero trust security practices, agency leaders will need to adopt newer software-defined networking (SD-WAN) solutions, says Jim Richberg, field CISO at Fortinet and former National Intelligence Manager for Cyber in the Office of the Director of National Intelligence. Read the full report.

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