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    FCW Insider: Dec. 16

    The latest news and analysis from FCW's reporters and editors. 12/16/2019

  • Defense
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    Efforts to counter WMD threats complicated by data challenges

    As the Defense Department works to improve data sharing across the enterprise, easier, experts at the fore of chemical, biological and nuclear threat detection detail a range of current obstacles. 12/15/2019

  • Drones
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    FAA looks to the private sector for drone user testing platform

    The Federal Aviation Administration is turning to unmanned aircraft manufacturers, retailers and others in the commercial supply chain to help it develop an electronic platform to support a drone owner safety testing capability. 12/13/2019

  • Cloud
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    More agencies are using FedRAMP, but some are still going rogue

    While hundreds of additional government cloud projects are being vetted for cybersecurity every year, a GAO audit makes clear that many agencies are still standing up programs without going through FedRAMP. 12/13/2019

  • IT Modernization
    tech budget (Sergey Nivens/

    GAO frets about TMF payback, fees

    The Technology Modernization Fund – the $125 million pool of no-year money appropriated to fast-track technology upgrades – has some potential operational problems, according to an oversight report. 12/13/2019

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    FCW Insider: Dec. 13

    The latest news and analysis from FCW's reporters and editors. 12/13/2019

  • Congress
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    Appropriators agree 'in principle' on 2020 funding

    Details of a plan to avoid a shutdown will be hashed out over the weekend with bills coming for a vote next week, according to top lawmakers. 12/12/2019

  • Identity
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    TTS seeks ID management partner

    The leader of GSA's Technology Transformation Service wants agency and industry partners to help it develop a common framework for identity management that could eventually become a federal shared service. 12/12/2019

  • Cybersecurity
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    Senate's CISA subpoena bill adds privacy protections to DHS proposal

    The draft legislation would require DHS to set up internal protocols to document and justify how it uses the authority and report to Congress on its effectiveness. 12/12/2019

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