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How Government Can Use Data to Improve Equity in Housing Programs

This post first appeared on IBM Business of Government. Read the original article. Thursday, December 1, 2022 Dan Chenok A new report explores ways that agencies can drive better housing outcomes for all communities. Housing is a cornerstone of wealth creation in the United States. Homeownership provides the ability to build wealth by acting as a forced savings mechanism through (more...)


Critical Infrastructure: Actions Needed to Better Secure Internet-Connected Devices

This post first appeared on GAO Reports. Read the original article. What GAO Found The nation’s critical infrastructure sectors rely on electronic systems, including Internet of Things (IoT) and operational technology (OT) devices and systems. IoT generally refers to the technologies and devices that allow for the network connection and interaction of a wide array of “things,” throughout such places (more...)


Broadband: USDA Should Set Performance Goals and Improve Fraud Risk Management for Funding Program

This post first appeared on GAO Reports. Read the original article. What GAO Found The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) ReConnect program was established by statute and awards grants and loans to provide broadband service in rural areas. In 2019 and 2020, USDA conducted two rounds of funding in which applicants were able to apply for a grant, a loan, (more...)


Leveraging Data to Improve Racial Equity in Fair Housing

This post first appeared on IBM Business of Government. Read the original article. Leveraging Data to Improve Racial Equity in Fair Housing.pdf Temilola Afolabi Over the past 60 years, obstacles to homeownership have limited the ability of Black Americans and other communities of color to create wealth, and have had negative impacts on health and well-being. Residential segregation is related (more...)


Advancing Federal IT: A Conversation with Clare Martorana, Federal Chief Information Officer, OMB

This post first appeared on IBM Business of Government. Read the original article. Broadcast Date:  Monday, November 28, 2022 Clare Martorana What are the key federal IT priorities? What are the key cyber challenges facing the U.S. federal government? How is the U.S. federal government driving digital transformation across the federal enterprise? Join host Michael Keegan as he explores these (more...)


Pentagon releases zero trust strategy to guide DoD cybersecurity priorities

This post first appeared on Federal News Network. Read the original article. The Defense Department officially unveiled a zero trust strategy and roadmap today laying out how DoD components should direct their cybersecurity investments and efforts in the coming years to reach a “target” level of zero trust maturity by 2027. The release of DoD’s zero trust strategy follows on (more...)


The Future of Tax

This post first appeared on IBM Business of Government. Read the original article. Monday, November 21, 2022 Florian Breger Tax leaders around the world are struggling to close tax gaps, address workforce challenges, and improve taxpayer service. At the same time, they must adapt to constant changes. New laws, rising service expectations, and sophisticated tax avoidance schemes drive a constant (more...)


Ukraine Is Getting Nervous About Elon Musk

This post first appeared on Government Executive. Read the original article. Kyiv is looking for alternatives to Musk’s Starlink internet terminals and worrying about rising misinformation on Twitter. (more...)


4 Things for Contractors to Watch on Capitol Hill Now and into 2023

This post first appeared on Government Executive. Read the original article. Professional Services Council president and CEO David Berteau rates the chances of Congress passing a fiscal 2023 appropriations package and looks at and the possible fallout of the midterm elections on contract spending. With a month left before funding for the federal agencies expires under a continuing resolution, David (more...)


Weekly Roundup November 14-18, 2022

This post first appeared on IBM Business of Government. Read the original article. Friday, November 18, 2022 Michael J. Keegan Articles & insights in public management & leadership that we have found of interest for the week ending November 18, 2022. Biden’s Nominee to Become Administrator of Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs Goes to the Full Senate. The Senate (more...)


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