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U.S. Secretary of Commerce Penny Pritzker

Commerce Secretary to Industry: Don’t Let Cyber Report Collect Dust

Penny Pritzker endorses report’s anti-regulation stance, says regulation inhibits cyber info sharing.

No Agency Gets an A in Latest FITARA Scorecard

Twelve agencies improved since their May grades, 11 held steady and one—the Transportation Department—dropped.

President Barack Obama and President-elect Donald Trump shake hands following their meeting in the Oval Office.

Cyber Commission Hopes to Brief Trump Before Christmas

Its report includes a laundry list of recommendations for the incoming administration.

Will Donald Trump Dismantle the Internet as We Know It?

Open-web advocates are preparing for a renewed policy war as net neutrality’s future remains uncertain.

Agencies Fail at CIO Authorities in New Scorecards

The low scores indicate FITARA may not be empowering CIOs as originally intended, or at least not as quickly as Congress had hoped.

Customer-Centric Government Won’t Be Great Again in 2017 and Other Government Tech Predictions

Expect cyber and data to remain in the spotlight, while areas like customer service will see less momentum.

Obama’s Cyber Commission Recommends New Cyber Role

The guide also encourages the federal government to cooperate more with industry to promote strong cybersecurity standards.

‘Catastrophic’ Power Outage Nearly Destroyed MSPB’s Electronic Records System

A newly released report shows how devastating a June 2015 incident was to the Merit System Protection Board.

U.S. Chief Data Scientist: 'Time is Now' For Technologists to Jump into Public Service

The data already exists, DJ Patil said, to solve some important crises—if only we could piece together the pieces.

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