Comings and goings

Bruce Brody, cybersecurity chief at the Department of Veterans Affairs, is moving to the Energy Department to tackle another cybersecurity challenge. Brody is widely credited with tightening cybersecurity at the VA and fixing the gaps that made it one of the most vulnerable agencies in

government.

At Energy, he'll undertake a similar task. He is looking forward to the challenge of dealing with national security issues because Energy is in charge of many nuclear facilities.

Donna Morea has been named president of CGI-AMS. She had been co-chief operating officer and general manager of American Management Systems Inc.'s public-sector practice until CGI Group Inc. acquired most of that company in March.

Carl Wright, former chief information officer of the Marine Corps, has been named vice president of federal operations for Decru Inc., a network storage security company.

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    Blue Signage and logo of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs

    VA health record go-live pushed back to July

    The Department of Veterans Affairs is delaying a planned initial deployment of its $16 billion electronic health record project by four months, but is promising added functionality at the go-live date.

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    The Pentagon (Photo by Ivan Cholakov / Shutterstock)

    Esper says he didn't seek the authority to gut DOD unions

    Defense Secretary Mark Esper told lawmakers he was waiting for a staff analysis of a recent presidential memo before deciding whether to leverage new authority.

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