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VA Roseburg medical center hit with electronic health record outage

The Department of Veterans Affairs’ electronic health record system went down again last week, leaving doctors at the VA's health center in Roseburg, Oregon, unable to register patients for about four hours. John Hewitt Jones has the story.

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Senate Armed Services Committee concerned about DOD's cyber mission force

The Senate Armed Services Committee is looking to help the Department of Defense address and correct issues associated with the readiness of its cyber forces, according to new legislation and congressional aides. Mark Pomerleau has the details.

SBA publishes new rule designed to help small federal contractors demonstrate prior experience

The Small Business Administration will provide small businesses with new ways to show past performance ratings to compete for prime federal contracts starting Aug. 22, 2022. Dave Nyczepir has the story.

OMB sets cyber priorities for fiscal 2024 ahead of agency budget submissions

The Office of Management Budget and Office of the National Cyber Director issued a memo Friday setting the administration’s cybersecurity priorities for fiscal year 2024 as agencies prepare to submit budget requests to the White House this fall. Billy Mitchell has the details.

TSA revises cybersecurity guidelines for gas pipeline owners and operators

The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) late last week announced revisions to its cybersecurity requirements for oil and natural gas pipeline owners and operators to be more flexible to each company’s operations while still aiming to achieve certain critical infrastructure cybersecurity outcomes. Nihal Krishan has the story.


Survey points to strong support for digital transformation projects

The COVID-19 pandemic accelerated digital transformation by necessity, but agency leaders aren’t slowing their eagerness to keep up with the pace of change, according to a recent survey. 66% of those surveyed said their agency will maintain accelerated digital transformation progress as the pandemic subsides, and two-thirds said that they have either applied for, or plan to apply for, government funding to further support digital transformation initiatives. Read more about the findings.

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