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Department of Education CIO Jason Gray to step down

He departs after six years in the role, and previously served as associate chief information officer at the Department of Transportation. John Hewitt Jones has the story.

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TMF Board allocates funding for three new IT modernization projects

The Technology Modernization Fund on Wednesday announced new investments to improve the customer experience and bolster cybersecurity within three agencies: the Labor Department, AmeriCorps, and the U.S. Agency for International Development. Nihal Krishan has the details.

NRO, Air and Space Forces jointly investigating how to improve space-based ISR

The Space Force, Air Force and National Reconnaissance Office are deepening collaboration as they explore better ways to provide critical intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) information to warfighters and U.S. policymakers, NRO Director Chris Scolese confirmed on Thursday. Brandi Vincent has the story.

Ex-DOD chief data officer David Spirk joins Palantir

David Spirk, former chief data officer at the Department of Defense, will join Palantir as a senior counselor. In the new role he will advise Palantir and focus on helping its leadership grow the company’s government and international business. Mark Pomerleau has the details.

Opinion: Defense software requires infrastructure too

Aircraft carriers make awesome TV — enormous floating metal platforms, with jets accelerating loudly off their decks into the sky, flaring molten orange trails from their afterburners. But software “platforms” that keep a carrier battle group functioning, linking sensors across air, land, sea and space to protect our military personnel? Not so sexy. Rebellion Defense CEO Chris Lynch explains.


Closing security gaps in web applications

The threat landscape has grown, causing more entry points for bad actors, so all government entities must secure their network and everything that lives within. Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) and Invicti Security share how to successfully implement new security protocols to mitigate threats and discuss various web application tools to find vulnerabilities, including dynamic application security testing. Hear more from the executives.

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