Tim Hurlebaus, president of CGI Federal, joins host Roger Waldron on this week’s Off the Shelf to discuss key trends shaping the federal IT and services marketplace. March 14, 2017
The Office of Management and Budget’s fiscal 2016 Federal Information Security Management Act (FISMA) report to Congress shows more agencies have stronger cyber defenses in place.
At NASA, no less than for other large organizations, operational technology systems such as rocket propulsion controls or air conditioning are becoming more automated. That means they’re on the IT network, which could face potential new cybersecurity vulnerabilities. Laura Nicolosi, director of mission support at the NASA office of inspector general, shares more on Federal Drive with Tom Temin.
The Internal Revenue Service is looking to continue the momentum it’s gained in customer service rates, and strengthen security around sharing of taxpayer information with agency partners.
Maybe President Trump should give his 30-day cybersecurity review a little more time now.
The Defense Science Board’s latest study on the state of cyber defense in the U.S. reached some worrying conclusions, both for civil infrastructure and for military capability.
A committee within the Homeland Security Department is finalizing a new guide for agencies, state and local governments and other organizations involved in cyber breaches with best practices for notifying victims.
HHS’ Beth Killoran joins Federal News Radio for a free online chat where you can get live answers to how HHS is addressing priorities such as cloud computing and IT modernization.
The Army put out a request for information (RFI) looking for vendors who could provide services to find, monitor and remove impostor social media accounts.
Howard Schmidt worked for Presidents Barack Obama and George W. Bush on cybersecurity issues and was a driving force behind a host of national strategies and initiatives.
Entrepreneur and angel investor Tien Wong of Lore Systems joins host Mark Amtower for a wide ranging discussion of innovation, federal IT, the upcoming G-Tech forum, and the value of social networking. March 7, 2017
Terry Halvorsen left DoD at the end of February after spending the last two-plus years as its chief information officer.
The Trump administration’s plan to reduce non-defense discretionary spending by 10 percent means civilian agencies will need to look at programs and personnel, not just for this year, but for the long-term. Some fiscal observers says it’s time to consider budget process reform.
You may think you’re talking privately when texting or phoning people. Law enforcement officers might think their communications over radios are only for them. Chris Perry, chief operating officer at Secured Communications, tells Federal Drive with Tom Temin that in reality you might as well be using sky writing.
This week on Federal Tech Talk, host John Gilroy speaks with Blake Hall, founder & CEO of ID.me; Emily Tavoulareas, VA Digital Service, and Greg Gershman, co-founder/principal at Ad Hoc LLC. They will discuss a website called “vets.gov” and how it opens up the world of collaboration in solving many issues with funneling 500 Department of Veterans’ Affairs websites into one portal. February 28, 2017