EA: What is it? 10 thoughts/10 people on enterprise architecture
OMB scores high on EA Even some of OMB's frequent critics say the House agency has been an effective advocate of enterprise architecture
The new public-safety language The National Information Exchange Model provides a rallying point for government and industry to coordinate homeland security efforts
Up close and impersonal Encrypted indexing techniques let security agencies exchange information more freely without sacrificing personal privacy
Find a link to Carnegie Mellon University's Data Privacy Lab.
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The federal government's top IT security chief and canvassed industry for feedback on how to shape new rules of the road for federal acquisition and procurement.
Kirstjen Nielsen, the first Homeland Security secretary with a background in cybersecurity, is being replaced on an acting basis by the Customs and Border Protection chief. Her last day is April 10.
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