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Nextgov: Bureau of Economic Analysis on the Hunt for a New Chief Information Officer

“The Commerce Department’s national economic statistics provider is on the search for a new chief information officer. Applications for this executive role within the Bureau of Economic Analysis are due by April 26, according to a recent job announcement. ‘The posting includes information about what we are looking for...

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Federal News Network: NOAA’s data sharing with windmill developer could yield ocean insight for both parties

“The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration signed a first-ever data sharing agreement with a private company – a developer of offshore windmill farms. Both parties have an interest in learning more about what’s going on in coastal waters. For the whys and wherefores of the agreement, Federal Drive with...

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Nextgov: Congress Gave OMB $1B for IT Upgrades. Now It Wants to Know How It Will Be Spent

“Democratic lawmakers leading House oversight committees sent a letter to officials at the Office of Management and Budget and General Services Administration requesting ‘the administration’s plan for the Technology Modernization Fund,’ a central pot of money for agency IT upgrades that was recently allocated $1 billion…” “While lawmakers agreed...

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DHS CBP CISO on Zero Trust’s role in cloud migration

“Federal agencies implementing a zero trust approach to cybersecurity accept breaches and hacks as inevitable. Instead of concentrating all resources on preventing cyberattacks, these agencies also execute strategies to mitigate attacks when they happen. Identity access management and cloud computing are two key aspects of zero trust. Many federal...

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FedScoop: USPTO chief information officer most excited about new search algorithms

“New search algorithms for relevant prior art most excite the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office’s CIO right now. USPTO created the machine-learning algorithms to increase the speed at which patents are examined by importing relevant prior art — all information on its claim of originality — into pending applications...

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Nextgov: IRS Commissioner Calls for Multiyear Funding to Help Recoup Potential $1T Tax Gap

“IRS Commissioner Charles Rettig told senators Tuesday that funding and resource increases would enhance ongoing agency modernization efforts and help put a dent in a tax gap that could exceed $1 trillion annually. Speaking to the Senate Finance Committee, Rettig said IRS’ responsibilities have increased significantly in the past...

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