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Teresa Carlson returns to Microsoft

Prominent federal IT industry leader rejoins the technology giant after more than a decade away. She was previously at Splunk, and before that AWS, where she was a fierce advocate for the cloud provider during the JEDI saga. Billy Mitchell has the story.

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Pentagon announces new leadership for chief digital, AI office

The Pentagon’s new Chief Digital and Artificial Intelligence Office (CDAO) has hired nearly a dozen senior leaders to serve in its top positions — and met its June 1 deadline to reach full operating capability, FedScoop learned Wednesday. Brandi Vincent has the scoop.

TechCongress to place 120 more technologists with lawmakers

TechCongress plans to place about 120 early and mid-career technologists in key congressional offices to advise lawmakers on technology decisions critical to the success of cities. Dave Nyczepir has the details.

Air Force's next-gen fighter program transitions to critical development phase

The Air Force’s secretive Next-Generation Air Dominance program has reached a key milestone in the acquisition process that brings it a step closer to production and fielding of new systems, the service’s top official said Wednesday. Jon Harper has the story.

Former Marine, cyber exec Nate Fick selected as State's inaugural cyber ambassador

The cybersecurity executive, former Marine and author Nathaniel Fick has been selected as the State Department’s inaugural Ambassador-at-Large for Cyberspace and Digital Policy, three sources with knowledge of the decision told CyberScoop. Suzanne Smalley has the details for CyberScoop.


WATCH: State Department’s CISO on treating data as a strategic asset to shape diplomacy

Donna Bennett, chief information security officer for the U.S. State Department, shares why data and security go hand in hand when shaping strategies around zero trust. The agency is using data to improve how employees meet their diplomatic mission by ensuring secure and protected access to sensitive information, no matter which device an employee uses to access the network, she says. Watch Bennett’s full interview here.

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