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The Future of Telework

Is telework here to stay? As the COVID-19 pandemic inevitably winds down, this is the question on the minds of federal workers and senior agency leaders alike. In a new special report, sponsored by Cisco and Thundercat Technology, FedScoop explores the current state of telework amid the COVID-19 pandemic and what doors have been opened for sustaining these capabilities when the crisis subsides. Read more from the report.

A Message From AWS Educate

With over 1,500 institutions and hundreds of thousands of students who use AWS Educate, we wanted to take you on a trip around the world and highlight how students are learning and innovating with the cloud. Learn more.

Federal plans for RPA in 2021

The federal Robotic Process Automation Community of Practice has ambitious plans in 2021 centered on the concepts of "Eliminate, Optimize and Automate." Gerard Badorrek, who leads the community and is also the chief financial officer at the General Services Administration, said Tuesday the CoP is planning to issue an Eliminate, Optimize, Automate Handbook on process optimization later this year and discussing the possibility of the first governmentwide automation. Dave Nyczepir has more on RPA.

CMMC board loses two more members

The third-party accreditation body working to implement the Department of Defense's new contractor cybersecurity standards lost two key board members recently. Ben Tchoubineh and Nicole Dean are set to depart the board, but will stay on to train their replacements, though no new hires have been named, Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification Accreditation Body leadership said. Both were founding board members, volunteering since the CMMC-AB was incorporated in January 2020. Jackson Barnett has more.

Labor scores $9.6M TMF award

The Technology Modernization Fund Board issued the Department of Labor a $9.6 million award to update its enterprise data platform, less than a day after lawmakers put a historic $1 billion into the funding vehicle. DOL will use its funds to improve the availability and accessibility of data for other agencies, developers and researchers, as well as improve evidence-based decision making across its enforcement, compliance and unemployment insurance missions. Read more.

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