With 85 percent of agencies using smart identity cards to log onto computer networks, they’re starting to look ahead to the next phase of identity management: controlling who gets access to what information, and when.
The State and Defense departments showed the most improvement when it comes to providing publication information in understandable language.
Kymm McCabe, technology principle with Deloitte Consulting, joins host Roger Waldron on this week’s Off the Shelf to discuss the keys to a digital transformation in the federal space. January 3, 2017
Sicher Consulting president Alex Grohmann, Deloitte’s John Dyson and Think Forward Consulting president Brian Gay join host John Gilroy on this week’s Federal Tech Talk to discuss how to improve the cybersecurity framework for the federal government. January 10, 2017
Edris Amiryar, a senior systems engineer for NetCentrics, provides six reasons why agencies should consider a new approach to technology integration.
Multiple industry sources confirmed that the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS) will not to take part in the pilot test that was expected to begin in 2017. That decision comes as GSA’s 18F awards Equifax a contract for identity proofing and fraud detection.
NASA SEWP Program Manager Joanne Woytek and Allen Federal President Larry Allen join host Mark Amtower on this week’s Amtower Off Center to discuss SEWP activity in 2016 and how GWACs help CIOs with FITARA. January 9, 2017
Tony Scott, the federal chief information officer, said in an exit interview that the update to Circular A-130 and the Federal IT Acquisition Reform Act (FITARA) are among the most significant accomplishments during his almost two-year tenure, which will end Jan. 17.
Soraya Correa, the chief procurement officer at DHS, said the agency is emphasizing to acquisition employees and program managers the importance of addressing challenges in a different way.
Are fingerprints better than passwords for securing government systems? That’s what the National Strategy for Trusted Identities in Cyberspace is trying to determine.
The National Archives and Records Administration is proposing a rule that clarifies public disclosure of presidential records, and the rights of a current and former president to allow that publication, or to block it.
The Education Department’s College Scorecard aims to give students and their families the most current data on colleges and universities. The information includes everything from location and size, to what a salary might be for a particular program and skillset a student might want to pursue.
Keylogic Systems CEO Jon Hammock and Kevin Reid, vice president for National Security, join host John Gilroy on this week’s Federal Tech Talk to discuss how their company can help federal IT professionals with their systems integration challenges. January 3, 2016
The Homeland Security Department and FBI published a Joint Analysis Report detailing the Russian cyber attacks of 2015-16, as well as best practices and mitigation strategies for organizations to apply to protect themselves from future hacks.
Just like weather or traffic apps make it easy to share massive amounts of information with users, the National Cancer Institute is using an application programming interface (API) to connect patients with clinical trial data they otherwise wouldn’t know about.