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It’s Impossible to Determine Your Personal COVID-19 Risks and Frustrating to Try – but You Can Still Take Action

This post first appeared on Government Executive. Read the original article. People want a simple answer. Is this action safe? But despite Anthony Fauci bouncing responsibility for COVID-19 risk assessment to individuals, your risk can’t be boiled down to one probability. (more...)


Weekly Roundup: May 9-13, 2022

This post first appeared on IBM Business of Government. Read the original article. Friday, May 13, 2022 Michael J. Keegan Highlighting articles and insights in public management and leadership that we have found interesting for the week ending May 13, 2022 Former deputy federal CIO Roat leaned on her relationships to achieve results. “Whoever’s coming in, really needs to pay (more...)


Telecom Group Wants NIST to Map Performance Goals to the Cybersecurity Framework

This post first appeared on Next Gov. Read the original article. But, in general, the industry wants NIST to avoid making any changes at all to the choose-your-own-adventure document that has guided risk management and U.S. cybersecurity policy for almost a decade. The trade association representing the nation’s largest internet service providers asked the National Institute of Standards and Technology (more...)


FCC Chair Claims Cybersecurity Role Congress Crafted for CISA

This post first appeared on Next Gov. Read the original article. The commission is joining the fray in a budding turf fight at the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency that also involves sector risk management agencies like the Department of Energy. The Federal Communications Commission is claiming a space for itself in cybersecurity policymaking that Congress has already designated for (more...)


Improving AI Strategic Coordination

This post first appeared on IBM Business of Government. Read the original article. Tuesday, April 12, 2022 Michael J. Keegan Insights from Pamela Isom, Director, Artificial Intelligence and Technology Office, U.S. Department of Energy Since World War II, the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) has been at the forefront of most of the groundbreaking and world changing revolutions in science (more...)


RIMS Kicks Off RISKWORLD 2022 Honoring Top Risk Professionals

This post first appeared on Risk Management Monitor. Read the original article. SAN FRANCISCO—At today’s RISKWORLD 2022 opening ceremony and awards luncheon, RIMS recognized top risk management and insurance professionals with the society’s annual awards. This year’s Risk Manager of the Year is Courtney Davis Curtis, assistant vice president of risk management and resilience planning for the University of Chicago. (more...)


Enabling a More Resilient and Shared Supply Chain Strategy for the Nation: Lessons Learned from COVID-19

This post first appeared on IBM Business of Government. Read the original article. Thursday, April 7, 2022 Dan Chenok How a modern supply chain strategy can leverage shared service models to increase efficiency and productivity. Blog Co-Author:  John Marshall, Founder and CEO, Shared Services Leadership Coalition Many government programs, including several top priorities of the Biden-Harris administration, can be conceived (more...)


Enabling a More Resilient and Shared Supply Chain Strategy for the Nation: Lessons Learned from COVID-19

This post first appeared on IBM Business of Government. Read the original article. Enabling a More Resilient and Shared Supply Chain Strategy for the Nation.pdf Robert Handfield In this report, author Robert Handfield—a leading global supply chain expert and professor at North Carolina State University—outlines how a modern supply chain strategy can leverage shared service models to increase efficiency and (more...)


Enterprise risk management remains elusive for many agencies, but now there’s help

NIST has released Draft NISTIR 8286C, "Staging Cybersecurity Risks for Enterprise Risk Management and Governance Oversight." The public comment period closes March 11, 2022. (more...)


White House Asserts Micromanagement Critique Was About a Previous Administration

This post first appeared on Next Gov. Read the original article. Debate is heating up over the role of sector-risk management agencies in shoring up security of the nation’s critical infrastructure. National Cyber Director Chris Inglis made comments Thursday asserting overinvolvement by the White House in determining the actions of agencies with the responsibility to oversee certain sectors of critical (more...)


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