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White House gives federal agencies May 2023 deadline to provide list of quantum-vulnerable cryptographic systems

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Under new guidance, government departments will have to provide an annual inventory of algorithms that could be cracked by quantum computers.

Biden administration cyber apprenticeship sprint creates 194 new programs


42% of cyber apprentices hired through the recruitment push are people of color.

White House appoints Anjana Rajan as assistant national cyber director for technology security


She started work in the new cybersecurity leadership role on Oct. 24.

Drew Myklegard installed as permanent US deputy federal chief information officer


He has served in the role on an acting basis since the departure of Maria Roat earlier this year.

Pinpointing critical software key to supply chain security, says Federal Acquisition Service leader


Sonny Hashmi calls for work to identify critical software components across federal networks to help mitigate supply chain risks.

GSA administrator: Biden remains ‘fixated’ on improving customer experience


Robin Carnahan says her agency is focused on continuing momentum from recent federal IT successes including the launch of COVIDtests.gov and StudentAid.gov.