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The White House seeks to appoint a biotech expert as the first-ever ARPA-H director. Lawmakers float legislation that would mandate federal agencies to consolidate software buying. CISA seeks public comment on forthcoming cyber incident reporting requirements. This is FedScoop for Sep. 13.

White House proposes biotech specialist as inaugural ARPA-H director

President Biden plans to appoint Renee Wegrzyn as the first director of the new Advanced Research Projects Agency for Health, which will spearhead his cancer moonshot project. Dave Nyczepir has the story.

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Lawmakers float cost-saving legislation to mandate consolidation of federal agency software contracts

The Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee is drafting legislation that would mandate the consolidation of federal agency software licenses, if it passes into law. Nihal Krishan has the scoop.

Interior Department hires Darren Ash as chief information officer

Senior federal IT leader Darren Ash has joined the Department of the Interior as chief information officer. He was previously CIO of the Farm Service Agency at the Department of Agriculture. John Hewitt Jones has the details.

CISA seeks public comment on upcoming major cyber incident reporting regulations

The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) on Monday issued a request for public input on proposed regulations that are expected to shake up how the private sector and public agencies respond to major cyberattacks. Nihal Krishan has this also.

Christopher Adams to join Treasury as CISO of Departmental Offices bureau

The Treasury Department will next month install Christopher Adams as Departmental Offices bureau CISO, as it works to strengthen its cybersecurity program. Nihal Krishan has this as well.

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