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The IRS admits to exposing confidential taxpayer information on its website. Biden taps Nickolas Guertin to lead acquisition at the Department of the Navy. A State Department watchdog finds major issues with the agency's geospatial data compliance. This is FedScoop for Sept. 6.

IRS admits to exposing confidential taxpayer information on website

The Internal Revenue Service accidentally published confidential information that usually involves about 120,000 taxpayers earlier this year before finding the error and removing the sensitive data from its website, the agency said Friday. Nihal Krishan has the story.

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Biden taps Nickolas Guertin to be Navy’s acquisition chief

President Biden has selected Nickolas Guertin, the Pentagon’s senior adviser on weapons testing and evaluation, to lead the Navy’s research, development and acquisition enterprise, the White House announced Friday. Jon Harper has the details.

DOD to roll out new online marketplace to speedily buy AI-aligned tech

The Pentagon’s Chief Digital and Artificial Intelligence Office is preparing to launch a new one-stop online “marketplace” to solicit, evaluate and curate technologies specifically associated with AI, machine learning, data and analytics. Brandi Vincent has the story.

State Department watchdog finds major issues with agency geospatial data compliance

The State Department’s inspector general said in late August that the agency is not complying with records retention requirements for certain geospatial data, which could prevent the American public from obtaining maximum benefit from such information and restrict the preservation of data for historical records. Nihal Krishan has this also.

CBP promotes Scott Davis to chief information security officer

U.S. Customs and Border Protection has promoted IT leader Scott Davis to the role of chief information security officer and executive director of cybersecurity operations and policy. John Hewitt Jones has the story.

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