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The Department of Veterans Affairs investigates a cyber incident involving a contractor. Commerce appoints 24 industry experts to a semiconductor R&D advisory committee. NIST is targeting the launch of its AI risk management framework for early 2023. This is FedScoop for Sept. 30.

VA investigates breach after federal contractor publishes source code

The Department of Veterans Affairs is conducting a cyber breach investigation after a federal contractor published source code containing sensitive credentials on internet hosting service GitHub, sources told FedScoop. John Hewitt Jones has the scoop.

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Commerce appoints 24 experts to committee advising on semiconductor R&D

The Department of Commerce appointed 24 members Thursday to the new committee tasked with advising the government on the science and technology needs of the U.S. microelectronics industry. Dave Nyczepir has the details.

NIST targeting early 2023 launch of new AI risk management framework

The National Institute of Standards and Technology is “on track” to publish the first version of its artificial intelligence risk management framework, detailing desired outcomes and the actions necessary to achieve them, in January 2023, said the chief of staff of the agency’s IT laboratory. Dave Nyczepir has this also.

DOD pays out $75K for vulnerabilities discovered by white hat hackers

The Department of Defense has paid out $75,000 in bounties recently to ethical hackers who discovered nearly 350 bugs inside its networks. Mark Pomerleau has the story for DefenseScoop.


WATCH: DLA CIO outlines agencies first major IT modernization effort in 25 years

The Defense Logistics Agency manages eight different supply chains with operations that span across the U.S. and in over 20 countries. In an exclusive interview, CIO George Duchak gives insight into DLA’s first major IT modernization effort in 25 years, to include a strategic push to the cloud, implementing a zero-trust architecture and purchasing fiber and bandwidth to extend to their more austere locations. Hear more on this unparalleled IT modernization initiative. 

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