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11/22/2022
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The VA names a new human resources leader within its Office of IT. The White House is expected to issue executive order reining in federal agencies' use of spyware. GAO says the agency overseeing cybersecurity for offshore energy is falling short. This is FedScoop for Nov. 22.

VA appoints a human resources leader within its Office of Information Technology

The Department of Veterans Affairs has appointed Devon Beard as director of people operations within the Office of People Science at the agency’s Office of Information and Technology. John Hewitt Jones has the story.


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White House expected to issue executive order reining in spyware

The Biden administration plans to issue an executive order restricting how federal agencies can use spyware that poses security risks to the U.S., according to a letter sent to House Intelligence Committee leaders. Tonya Riley has the details for CyberScoop.


GAO says agency overseeing cybersecurity for offshore energy falling short

The federal enforcement office that oversees more than 1,600 offshore oil and gas facilities has done little to address growing cybersecurity risks, according to a watchdog report released on Thursday. Christian Vasquez has the details for CyberScoop.


'Democratization' of technology making it harder for special operators to conduct missions

The proliferation of easily accessible technologies with military applications has made it more difficult for special operations forces to conduct their missions globally, according to a senior commander at the Pentagon. Mark Pomerleau has the story for DefenseScoop.


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Using cloud to harness satellite imagery and sensor data for public sector use

Leaders from Maxar and AWS discuss how an agile and elastic cloud can help agencies analyze petabytes satellite data efficiently, effectively and at the right cost. Additionally, advances in satellite imagery give agencies access to higher quality satellite images that cut through cloud interference in the atmosphere. Hear more from the experts.


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Federal financial agencies and financial institutions see cloud-enabled efforts bolster U.S. housing equity 

Cloud strategies at Fannie Mae, HUD and FHA illustrate how government-sponsored enterprises, federal agencies and financial institutions are reducing their financial risks and improving housing equity, says a new special report. Read more details from the report.


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