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NSA Hasn’t Implemented Post-Snowden Security Fixes, Audit Finds

The spy agency also fell short on numerous information security requirements, according to its first public audit overview.

Bidding Begins for Pentagon's Controversial $10 Billion War Cloud

Despite some industry clamor, the Defense Department will stick to a single cloud provider for its JEDI cloud contract.

Defense Department will Implement Anti-Spoofing Email Protections, CIO Says

The DMARC protections are already required for civilian agencies.

NIH Partners With Google Cloud to Speed Up Medical Breakthroughs

The move is part of the agency's STRIDES initiative, which gives researchers more access to cloud tools.

Ari Schwartz, a special assistant to the president for cybersecurity during the Obama administration.

Here’s How to Really Make Cabinet Secretaries Responsible for Cybersecurity

The president and OMB director should pester Cabinet officials about cybersecurity regularly, a former official says.

White House Chides Senate For Not Funding Modernization Fund

The administration says the Senate version of the Financial Services and General Government spending bill is too high but doesn’t cover priorities.

Trump’s Space Force Will Have to Wait

The president has called for the creation of a new military branch. So far, Congress is ignoring him.

Pentagon to Increase Health Records Contract Ceiling By Another Billion

The increase includes looping the Coast Guard into the contract, as well as additional capabilities.

NDAA Conference: Congress Spares DISA, Bans Chinese Firms and Orders JEDI Review

Congress packed a lot of tech and cyber changes in the NDAA.