Health Risks, Data Leaks Top GSA Inspector General’s Semiannual Report

Health Risks, Data Leaks Top GSA Inspector General’s Semiannual Report

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GAO Says DHS Still Facing FITARA Implementation Challenges

GAO Says DHS Still Facing FITARA Implementation Challenges

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DISA wants advice on building secure OPM background check system

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GAO: DHS Cyber Communications Center Could Communicate Better

GAO: DHS Cyber Communications Center Could Communicate Better

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The Department of Homeland Security’s sharing of cybersecurity-related information with federal and nonfederal entities could be improved by assessing and optimizing a specific department component, according to a recent report from the Government Accountability Office.

The DHS’s National Cybersecurity and Communications Integration Center is required by the National Cybersecurity Protection Act of 2014 and the Cybersecurity Act of 2015 to perform 11 cybersecurity-related functions, and it does so adequately, says GAO. However, it could enhance effectiveness and efficiency by establishing metrics and methods for evaluating performance in accordance with the NCCIC’s implementing principles.

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DIUx Should Continue Reporting to Pentagon Chief in Trump Administration, Director Says

DIUx Should Continue Reporting to Pentagon Chief in Trump Administration, Director Says

Over the last year, the Defense Innovation Unit Experimental (DIUx) office has been at the core of Secretary of Defense Ash Carter’s push for greater innovation inside the Pentagon — so much so that Carter has the unit reporting directly to his office to bypass the typical department bureaucracy and ensure its success.

But with Carter not expected to continue in the administration of President-elect Donald Trump, the question of what happens to DIUx — and its managing director, Raj Shah — is up in the air.

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