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A new Census CIO

The U.S. Census Bureau has appointed a new chief information officer from within. Luis Cano has taken the role of Census CIO after previously leading its Decennial Contract Execution Office, which was key to the success of 2020's largely online census. Former Census CIO Kevin Smith left the role in January. Billy Mitchell has the scoop.

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.

Agencies planning for the return to offices

The Biden administration issued a notice Tuesday calling for federal agencies to submit their plans to reopen offices by July 19. These final plans will build off of "post-reentry" draft plans agencies have already been asked to submit by June 18, now adding to them the need to submit a "phased reentry schedule" and processes to do so safely. The notice comes as the administration is also reportedly planning to issue new guidance on federal telework. John Hewitt Jones has more.

A familiar face as DOD comptroller

The Department of Defense has a new head of budget. The Senate confirmed Mike McCord as undersecretary of defense, better known as the comptroller, a role that acts effectively as the chief financial officer of the DOD. It represents a return to the post for the senior government official, who was confirmed by unanimous consent and has previously held the role between 2009 and 2014, and between 2014 and 2017. Dave Nyczepir has more.

WATCH: Informatica leaders talk data in action

Top executives from data transformation firm Informatica joined FedScoop at the Data in Action Summit to discuss the latest trends around the government's use of data. Today, see exclusive interviews from:


Bringing innovation and security to government missions

AWS GovCloud (US) Director Keith Brooks reflects on how a dedicated government cloud gives agencies room to think big, knowing compliance is built in. He discusses AWS’ deep and lasting commitment to give agencies and their contractors the tools and solutions to address mission-critical functions — and begin to innovate in ways they couldn’t using traditional on-prem systems. Read more from Brooks.

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