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Katie Arrington placed on leave

The Pentagon's CISO for acquisition and sustainment has been placed on leave pending an investigation into the suspected disclosure of classified information from a military intelligence agency. John Hewitt Jones and Jackson Barnett report.

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Bill to create federal cyber rotational program passes to House floor

The House Oversight Committee yesterday sent a bill that would create a federal rotational program for private sector cybersecurity experts to the House floor. Dave Nyczepir has the story.

Former DISA Director Norton joins professional services firm T-Rex

The former director of the Defense Information Systems Agency, Vice Adm. (Ret.) Nancy Norton, has joined professional services firm T-Rex Solutions. John Hewitt Jones has this one.

Cornelius leaves ADI to join staff of Sen. Gary Peters

Technology lobbyist Matthew Cornelius has left the Alliance for Digital Innovation to join the staff of Sen. Gary Peters in an advisory capacity. Jackson Barnett has this one.

Department of Housing and Urban Development appoints new CIO

The Biden Administration has appointed Beth Niblock as Chief Information Officer at the Department of Housing and Urban Development. Previously she was CIO of the city of Detroit. Benjamin Freed has the story for StateScoop.

US watchdog urges federal law enforcement to better track facial recognition

More than a dozen U.S. federal agencies where law enforcement officers use facial recognition technology are unable to account for which systems their employees use, according to a federal watchdog report released Tuesday. Tonya Riley has the story for CyberScoop.


How open, hybrid cloud platforms help agencies prepare for the unexpected

Andrew Fairbanks, IBM’s head of federal services, saw the ability for agencies to shift to new technologies during the COVID-19 pandemic as a testament to their ability to rapidly modernize. He explores some of the lessons learned and what opportunities he sees for government to build on those gains. Listen to the full discussion.

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