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Nextgov: Lawmakers Tell National Archives to Use Tech Modernization Funding to Fix Veterans’ Backlog

“A bipartisan cadre of Congressional oversight leaders Monday urged the National Archives and Records Administration to apply for funding through the Technology Modernization Fund to reduce a backlog veterans’ requests. The letter asks Archivist of the United States David Ferriero to seek funding through TMF to help clear a...

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MeriTalk: DOE Releases C2M2 Version 2.0 with updates to protect critical infrastructure

“The Department of Energy (DoE) has released an updated version of its Cybersecurity Capability Maturity Model (C2M2) with updates to address the cybersecurity of critical infrastructure, DoE’s Cybersecurity, Energy Security, and Emergency Response (CESER) unit announced July 21…” “’The Biden Administration is committed to securing our nation’s critical energy...

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Nextgov: EEOC Wants a Quality Check for its Data and Automation Strategy

“‘The overall purpose of the evaluation is to assess the EEOC’s culture, strategy, and management of data transformation and associated automation, providing the chair, , and other offices who may perform those activities, with useful recommendations for improvement in strategy, management, and implementation of DPTA,’ according to...

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Federal News Network: The story of how one small business is barely hanging on to its hopes of winning a spot on NITAAC’s CIO-SP4

“The $50 billion IT services and software procurement known as CIO-SP4 reached new lows on July 19 with the National Institutes of Health IT Acquisition and Assessment Center (NITAAC) release of amendment seven. Not only did the changes throw bidders into a new frenzy, but continued modifications to the...

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Nextgov: Energy Updates Assessment Tool for Administration’s 100-Day Cybersecurity Sprint

“The Energy Department has revamped a tool it developed almost a decade ago—the Cybersecurity Capability Maturity Model—to help companies in the sector manage their cybersecurity risks as part of the Biden administration’s response to recent attacks on critical infrastructure, which included a particular focus on industrial control systems for...

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FedScoop: State Department’s security procurement division lacks integrated IT for ‘efficient’ contracting

“The division that arranges security for the State Department’s domestic and foreign posts lacks integrated financial management and procurement IT systems for efficient contracting, according to its Office of Inspector General. The IG found State’s Diplomatic Security Contracts Division staff manually enters data on critical security services and supplies,...

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