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Video: GAO IT acquistion executive Carol Harris on risks of mission-critical IT acquisitions

“In a recent report, the Government Accountability Office identified risks in 16 mission-critical IT acquisitions from across federal government. The acquisitions were wide-ranging, including projects to improve terrorism screening and public health resources.” “According to Carol Harris, Director of Information Technology Acquisition Management Issues at GAO, failure in these...

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Press Release: 1901 Group Continues Expansion with FedRAMP Authorized Enterprise IT Operations Center Opening in Blacksburg, VA

“1901 Group, a leading provider of IT services for the public and private sectors, today announced the completion of its new 45,000 square foot Enterprise Information Technology Operations Center (EITOC) expansion in Blacksburg, VA. The EITOC is a state-of-the-art facility that provides 24×7 managed services for cloud migration and...

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DHS CISA orders Federal agencies to patch serious Windows flaw

“A serious flaw in Microsoft Windows could leave federal government servers open to hackers and needs to be patched by midnight on Sept. 21, said a warning from the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency.” “The vulnerability affects core authentication capabilities, CISA warned in an Sept. 18 emergency directive. Failure...

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How Federal agencies including NASA are approaching cybersecurity automation

“While zero-trust cybersecurity architectures are the trend everyone in federal IT security seems to be glomming onto, a key part of what underpins the move to zero trust is, in addition to granular access controls, automation.” “Increasingly, experts both inside and outside the government are advocating for accelerated adoption...

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GSA Inspector General finds ‘Significant Inaccuracies’ in reporting of small business contracts by Federal Acquisition Service

“There have been ‘significant inaccuracies’ in the Federal Acquisition Service’s reporting of small business contracts, a watchdog reported earlier this week.” “Last week, the General Service Administration inspector general issued a report that looked at the data GSA’s Federal Acquisition Service entered into the Federal Procurement Data System –...

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FedScoop: GSA adds machine learning support for agency regulatory reviews

“The General Services Administration is modernizing how agencies review regulations using machine learning (ML), in a procurement through its Centers of Excellence (CoE) initiative.” “GSA awarded a $9.9 million contract to Deloitte and to Esper, Inc. for ML support for agencies. ML can review rules and regulations to identify...

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DHS CISA utilizing Agency-Wide Risk Enumeration Algorithm (AWARE) to identify Federal network vulnerabilities

“CISA is using the agency-wide adaptive risk enumeration algorithm, or AWARE algorithm, generated by its Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation (CDM) program, to identify the severity of vulnerabilities in agency networks, and their persistence. CISA’s CDM Program Manager Kevin Cox explained the metric at an event in July.” “’The idea...

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Federal News Network: GSA almost ready to launch first set of modernized payroll services

“The governmentwide initiative to modernize payroll services is ready to come out from behind the curtain two years after launching. The General Services Administration expects to deliver its first set of capabilities under the NewPay program this fall.” “NewPay and the cybersecurity quality service management offices (QSMO) will lead...

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GAO: HUD needs to improve protection of data shared with external entities

Why GAO Did This Study “To administer housing, community investment, and mortgage loan programs, HUD collects a vast amount of sensitive personal information and shares it with external entities, including federal agencies, contractors, and state, local, and tribal organizations. In 2016, HUD reported two incidents that compromised sensitive information.”...

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