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CIOs say they need more funding to implement cyber EO

Additional congressional funds will be critical to agencies’ efforts to comply with the Biden administration cybersecurity executive order and implement zero-trust architectures, a panel of federal CIOs said Tuesday. Dave Nyczepir has more.

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Digital Transformation — A FedScoop Special Report

In a new special report, FedScoop explores what exactly digital transformation means to the many who use it as a term of art across the federal government, how agencies have accelerated their transformations amid the COVID-19 pandemic, what they’re doing to sustain it and more. Read more on digital transformation in the special report.

Balancing data security and open access remains a challenge for Energy, CIO Dunkin says

The Department of Energy CIO outlines her agency's work to increase the availability of datasets for research while protecting sensitive information. John Hewitt Jones has the story.

Treasury advances blockchain proof of concept for grant payments

The Treasury Department continues to test a blockchain proof of concept tokenizing grant payments to increase transparency and reduce the amount of reporting recipients must do, the program’s lead said Monday. Dave Nyczepir has the details.

Palantir reports 34% rise in Q3 revenue from government contracts

Palantir Technologies has recorded a 34% year-on-year rise in third quarter revenue within its government services division. John Hewitt Jones and Jackson Barnett have the story.

CACI wins $785M Army information warfare tech contract

Major defense contractor CACI has won a potential $785 million task order to provide electronic and information warfare technology and services to the Army’s special forces. Jackson Barnett has the story.


How hybrid work will impact network needs for government agencies

The disruption of the COVID-19 pandemic went far beyond shaking up work routines. It also resulted in having to support access for both central government offices and thousands of ‘satellite offices’ — as each employee’s home office essentially became a branch of government operations. Now hybrid work demands are changing network needs for reliable broadband access to agency resources and the support of an IT help desk, even when employees are connecting from home. Read more from Tony Bardo.

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