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Cybersecurity skills shortage has led to a talent war between agencies says Commerce CIO

The Commerce Department has been forced to poach cybersecurity employees from other agencies in the federal government, the agency’s CIO André Mendes tells FedScoop. Nihal Krishan has the story.

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CIO Sherman: DOD is committed to fully implementing zero trust by 2027

The Pentagon plans to implement a zero-trust architecture across its entire sprawling enterprise by 2027, its Chief Information Officer John Sherman confirmed on Wednesday. Brandi Vincent has the details.

Army undersecretary sees interoperability, not tech transition, as ultimate metric of JADC2 success

For the Army’s main contribution to the Pentagon’s new concept for fighting wars, demonstrating technology interoperability is more important than transitioning new systems into programs of record, the service’s No. 2 said. Mark Pomerleau has the story.

Center for Data Innovation calls for next Federal Data Strategy to address data divide

The next Federal Data Strategy action plan should encourage agencies to use alternative data sources to fill gaps impacting underrepresented groups, according to the Center for Data Innovation. Dave Nyczepir has the details.

USDS official says federal agencies uniquely positioned to attract tech talent amid labor market turmoil

The federal government is uniquely positioned to attract technology talent looking for new opportunities amid the current labor market turmoil, according to USDS Chief Delivery Officer Ankit Mathur. John Hewitt Jones has the story.


WATCH: Dept. of Education CISO on agency’s zero trust investment priorities

Steven Hernandez discusses the agency’s top priorities to meet federal zero trust security requirements. This includes investments around identity, policy enforcement controls, automation tools and securing the perimeter with SASE. Hernandez cites the agency’s many partnerships and cloud and vendor contracts as critical factors in how the agency is implementing zero trust controls. Hear more from Hernandez.

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