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The central tech fund gets a slight increase in 2020, but proposed funding for the federal CIO office is down almost 50% from 2019 levels.
The Air Force's chief data office is moving full force in trying to stand up its data platform on the classified network by the end of the summer.
The latest Intelligence Authorization bill includes $30 million for a new research center where social media companies, researchers and journalists work together to study and expose online disinformation campaigns.
The Department of Veterans Affairs is opposing a Senate plan to establish an advisory board to conduct oversight of the agency's $16 billion, 10-year plan to implement a commercial electronic health record system.
The head of the Election Assistance Commission told lawmakers that it needs more money and people to play its part in defending U.S. elections against cybersecurity risks.
There is concern in some quarters that the bureaucratic process outlined by the Election Assistance Commission may prevent voting machine standards from keeping up with the times.
Security screeners at the Transportation Security Administration post some of the lowest satisfaction scores and have the highest attrition rates of any government employees.
House appropriators continue to worry that the Pentagon's $10 billion single-award Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure contract will lock the department into the same cloud system for a generation despite ongoing improvements in technology.
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The Federal Cloud Computing Strategy takes a thoughtful approach to IT modernization.
No matter how "smart" a cybersecurity system and program is, there will always be a vulnerability if it's designed to play defense.
To support long-term modernization initiatives, agencies must invest in skilled staff and open, automated and collaborative processes.
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