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Air Force's push to zero trust

The Air Force wants to expand its use of zero trust. And to help broaden its implementation of zero-trust principles across its network architecture, the service is developing a maturity model, CIO Lauren Knausenberger said last week. “The vision is for the future to be completely zero trust…where we are able to collaborate seamlessly with all of our allies,” she said. Jackson Barnett has the latest.

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OMB revives performance improvement requirements

President Biden's Office of Management and Budget has reinstated the government’s performance improvement and service delivery framework, which the Trump administration did away with shortly before it left office. In a memo, OMB detailed the return of the framework, which expects senior leaders at agencies to set ambitious goals, hold regular progress reviews and publicly report the results. It brings back customer experience tools. Dave Nyczepir has more.

CBP mulls body cameras at border

U.S. Customs and Border Protection is looking to wants details on available cameras, video management and redaction software, and cloud storage that can support the incident-driven video recording system it’s already deploying. That system is being piloted at select border crossings to record CBP agents’ interactions with the public where there are no fixed cameras, according to a new contract document. More from Dave.

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