Agency officials explore ways to make employee security training effective
Lawmakers and federal officials focus on raising teleworkers' security awareness.
Harvard researchers develop yardstick to predict decision-making abilities.
Officials say the new portal should eliminate delays in sending info back to headquarters.
A rapid-deployment team could change the way intelligence community analysts help federal organizations.
Several initiatives sponsored by the Office of the Director for National Intelligence and other federal agencies are pushing an enterprise approach.
Chief security officers say many teleworkers do not have adequate data security training or technology, according to a survey by the Telework Exchange.
Employees explore educational possibilities available to them through a new Web portal.
More managers are using the tools to decide when they need to train existing employees, hire new employees or employ contractors to fill gaps.
Preparations to install IPv6 on government backbone networks are in full swing, but who's asking, "How can IPv6 improve government services?"
Crossflo will help teach more employees how to manage data in accordance with information-sharing standards.
DHScovery is available around the clock, and offers courses in topics such as IT security and procurement.