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Former VA product lead takes on a new OMB role following the departure of Maria Roat.
CISO Gregory Edwards provides key considerations for contractors and other federal partners in helping the agency manage the new security requirements.
Customer experience leaders at CISA, GSA and OMB explain how they’re shifting strategies to support President Biden’s recent executive order.
The recent executive order has given shape to a broader move across federal agencies away from a reliance on perimeter security.
A new management supplement to the president's management agenda focuses on strengthening the federal workforce, improving program delivery and advancing equity.
Roat will retire from her position after spending over 40 years working in government.
Drew Myklegard and Eileen Vidrine join OMB OFCIO to support cybersecurity, data and IT modernization priorities.
An executive order calls on agencies to implement CDM among other cybersecurity measures like zero trust.
Agencies must meet new electronic record targets in 2022, as part of a move to a “paperless government.”
Agency leaders are pushing forth on security strategies for zero trust architecture amid new guidance.
Clare Martorana wants to focus on cybersecurity, technology modernization and improved services to the American public.
As most agencies remain unchanged across their FITARA scores, Martorana wants to bolster cyber and TMF resources.
A new prioritization model for the Technology Modernization Fund ensures government has flexibility to modernize quickly.
As cyber crime explodes, cyber experts and federal cyber leaders insist on systemic change.
The career leader in government IT, deputy federal CIO becomes acting federal CIO and federal CISO.
Deputy Federal CIO Maria Roat looks ahead on the 2021 Action Plan of the Federal Data Strategy.
The role was vacant in January after Margaret Graves' retirement.
NOAA is pushing ahead in digitization efforts to meet OMB M-19-21 electronic records requirements.
A directive advises agencies to increase use of their technologies, including collaborative tools.
Several confirmed cases in DC area are prompting federal government to implement emergency working procedures.