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Weekly Roundup August 8-12, 2022

This post first appeared on IBM Business of Government. Read the original article. Friday, August 12, 2022 Michael J. Keegan Articles and insights in public management and leadership that we have found of interest for the week ending August 12, 2022. Commerce, NASA leaning on the Evidence Act to push common priorities. Only in the last year has the 2019 (more...)


Building the Supply Chain of the Future

This post first appeared on Federal News Network. Read the original article. Date: August 24, 2022 Time: 2:00 pm ET Duration: 1 hour Cost: No Fee Accreditation: Training Certificate for 1 CPE* Description Agencies have realized the importance of protecting their supply chains and data is at the heart of these efforts. During this exclusive webinar, moderator Jason Miller and agency leaders will explore how organizations are approaching (more...)


How your contract management system can serve as the entry point for enterprisewide data

This post first appeared on Federal News Network. Read the original article. Technology in Contracts Management “Our contract system is really the front-end system for our company.” Howard Porter Corporate Director and Senior Vice President of Contracts, CACI International Next Generation Leadership in Contracts Management “It is truly a cradle-to-grave contract management system.” Howard Porter Corporate Director and Senior Vice (more...)


The Inflation Reduction Act Promises Thousands of New Oil Leases. Drillers Might not Want Them.

This post first appeared on Government Executive. Read the original article. The bigger question about Joe Manchin’s fossil fuel provisions is if they’ll succeed on the senator’s own terms. (more...)


How companies can protect themselves and the country in an era of cyberwarfare

This post first appeared on Federal News Network. Read the original article. As more and more companies are targeted by state-sponsored cyberattacks, as well as shadowy cybercriminal organizations that operate with the tacit endorsement of hostile governments around the world, they have a responsibility to build cybersecurity into all their systems and operations. This means generating organizational alignment around cybersecurity (more...)


Weekly Roundup August 1-5, 2022

This post first appeared on IBM Business of Government. Read the original article. Friday, August 5, 2022 Michael J. Keegan Articles and insights in public management and leadership that we have found of interest for the week ending August 5, 2022. Agencies Are Struggling to Hire and Spend Money Due to Incessant Stopgap Funding Bills. GAO issues a warning as (more...)


How IP address data can bolster cybersecurity for federal agencies and their contractors

This post first appeared on Federal News Network. Read the original article. Defending network assets requires security professionals who work with federal agencies and contractors to respond to the recent changes in the virtual private network market, and the threats they pose to government networks and data. Meeting these threats requires a more comprehensive set of data that provides context (more...)


NRO director touts expanding commercial satellite partnerships

This post first appeared on Federal News Network. Read the original article. The National Reconnaissance Office is positioning itself as a “service provider” of commercial satellite capabilities, while an ongoing Space Force study could help determine whether the NRO should expand its commercial collaboration even further. NRO Director Christopher Scolese says using commercial satellite services gives his agency the chance (more...)


How Can Governments Leverage Open Data to Support Greater Equity in Health Care?

This post first appeared on IBM Business of Government. Read the original article. Thursday, August 4, 2022 Dan Chenok An expert roundtable identifies actionable recommendations to improve health outcomes for all Americans. With Monique Outerbridge, Partner, US Federal Health, IBM As the COVID-19 pandemic has evolved, multiple studies and reports have documented that Black Americans and other people of color (more...)


Navigating the Supply Chain Crisis

This post first appeared on Risk Management Monitor. Read the original article. Two and a half years since COVID-19 emerged and set off a sea change in how we work and live worldwide, business leaders continue to grapple with the challenges it has created for the global supply chain. Extraordinary congestion at critical global ports, decreased availability of key raw (more...)


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