A consortium of private and government organizations has launched a program of competitions and educational opportunities for young people to build the next-generation cybersecurity workforce.
A unified acquisition employment series should include program management, contracting officers and an expanded version of a contracting officer's technical representative.
A new government job series should include program management, contracting officers, and a new function named “requirements management,” which would be “a professionalized super COTR.”
A new program tries to find young people that could meet the government's need for more highly skilled cybersecurity professionals.
The government has problems hiring enough cybersecurity workers and needs to ratchet up recruiting, a study released today says.
The Government Accountability Office says agencies' information security policies aren't good enough and OMB needs to improve its guidance under FISMA.
War games are not just for children and generals. The authors of a new book demonstrate how the concepts can apply to vexing business problems.
Here's how a Senate proposal to require certification or even licensing for cybersecurity professionals would work.
DOD published a manual describing various job categories, including technical and management positions, and the different certifications that meet the training requirement. Here are a few examples.
A debate rages over a Senate proposal to require certification or licensing for all cybersecurity professionals who work on government information systems.
DHS' Philip Reitinger tells a House subcommittee that 'right-sizing' the workforce is his top priority.
At the Government Leadership Summit, government leaders and social-media experts shared their take on the path to Web 2.0 enlightenment.