The National Protection and Programs Directorate, the cybersecurity arm for the Department of Homeland Security, has tapped Matthew Travis as deputy undersecretary
Johnson Joy resigned in the early morning on March 20, amid accusations of retaliating against an agency employee.
Chris Liddell, a top White House tech aide, has been tapped as chief of staff John Kelly's deputy for policy coordination.
The same day the nation's top diplomat was fired and a new CIA director announced, President Trump announced plans to fill out the Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board, including the addition of a former White House deputy CTO.
The FBI named John S. Adams to serve as the executive assistant director of its Information and Technology Branch.
Lisa Porter, the executive vice president of CIA venture arm In-Q-Tel and director of IQT Labs, would help run the Pentagon's newly reorganized IT and R&D operations.
The Office of Management and Budget announced the first members of the Technology Modernization Fund Board.
"Our adversaries have not seen our response in sufficient detail to change their behavior,” the Army general said when asked about previous cyber provocations.
The outgoing NSA and U.S. Cyber Command chief told lawmakers CyberCom is not sitting on its hands when it comes to potential Russian cyber interference, but it lacks the authority to do more absent additional presidential direction.
After almost two years at the helm of the Pentagon's innovation shop, Raj Shah is returning to the private sector.
Rick Endres is no longer Peace Corps CIO; deputy CIO Scott Knell, who served as the acting CIO for most of 2017, is back leading tech at the agency.
Veterans Affairs Secretary David Shulkin is looking to put a highly charged oversight report behind him as he presses for his 2019 budget request.