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Press release: ByteCubed Acquires Creative Agency, CHIEF

“ByteCubed, a technology firm that specializes in reimagining government programs, continued its aggressive growth strategy with its acquisition of Washington D.C. based creative agency CHIEF. ByteCubed, based in Arlington, VA, is one of the fastest growing private companies in the country and is a national leader in providing technology...

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Nextgov: Senate Committee Approves Top White House Tech Advisor

“The Senate Commerce Committee on Wednesday unanimously approved Kelvin Droegemeier to become the White House’s top tech advisor.” “As director of the Office of Science and Technology Policy, Droegemeier would counsel the president on domestic and international tech issues and coordinate the administration’s…” “In his confirmation hearing on Aug....

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Federal News Radio: State Dept.’s move to hybrid cloud underpinning new IT modernization strategy

“The State Department’s approach to modernizing its technology is focused on two major shifts: The first is centralization of back-office or commodity IT. The second is all about consuming IT-as-a-service.” “One of the things we are doing in partnership with our acquisition shop is we’ve spent a lot of...

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MeriTalk: DHS CIO Says Priorities Include Modernization, Workforce, Supply Chain

“The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is focused on modernizing its mindset to tackle a host of pressing issues including reducing its reliance on legacy systems, competing to attract cybersecurity talent, and combating supply chain threats, said DHS CIO John Zangardi today at the Billington Cybersecurity Summit.” “When I...

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Press Release: Karen Evans Sworn in as DOE Assistant Secretary for Cybersecurity, Energy Security, and Emergency Response

“… Karen S. Evans was sworn in by U.S. Deputy Secretary of Energy Dan Brouillette as the Assistant Secretary for the Office of Cybersecurity, Energy Security, and Emergency Response (CESER). Evans was confirmed as Assistant Secretary for CESER by the U.S. Senate on Tuesday, August 28, 2018.” “Secretary Perry...

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Opinion: IT diversity will serve OMB’s Cloud Smart strategy

“… legacy technology, austere budgets and relentless security threats have kept progress incremental. To help the federal government address these challenges, the Office of Management and Budget is developing a new strategy called Cloud Smart.” “The Cloud Smart policy should optimize procurement rules to encourage fair and open competition...

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MeriTalk: House Approves DHS Authority to Address Supply Chain Risk, Bar Contractors

“The House of Representatives on Tuesday agreed by voice vote to approve HR 6430, the Securing the Homeland Security Supply Chain Act of 2018, which grants the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Secretary authority to exclude certain contractors from doing business with the Federal government to address “urgent national...

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Nextgov: Secretary Urges Hit-Back-Harder Response to Cyber Strikes

“The U.S. response to enemy cyber strikes should be “more than commensurate,” Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen said during an on-stage discussion Wednesday.” “By the time a country is attacking civilian networks, civilian assets… it’s not a fair fight,” Nielsen said when asked about U.S. efforts to deter adversary...

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Bloomberg: Which Agencies Will Spend Big on IT This Month (HINT: DHS, VA, DOJ and State lead the way)

“The federal government is expected to spend $13.3 billion on unclassified information technology before the end of September, according to a Bloomberg Government analysis.” “To understand how much agencies plan to spend on IT in September, Bloomberg Government first identified year-to-date IT spending and then compared that against what...

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