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Government Matters (Full Show) – April 8, 2021

“Reimagine the value chain” to best enable the mission, advises CGI executive Horace Blackman, Senior Vice President of Consulting Services at CGI, discusses the point at which agencies decide to replace or augment legacy systems   Bad actors scanning globe in search of security vulnerabilities Brig. Gen. Gregory Touhill, President of AppGate Federal Group, discusses […]

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“Reimagine the value chain” to best enable the mission, advises CGI executive

The Technology Modernization Fund will get a $1 billion cash infusion soon, but the systems the money fixes will still have to interface with legacy systems. That integration could make or break the success of the new systems. When it comes to deciding whether to replace or augment legacy systems, there is a third option […]

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Bad actors scanning globe in search of security vulnerabilities

Agencies are on a new alert tonight from the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency after they found advanced persistent threat actors scanning federal systems in a new way. The advisory from the two agencies lists 15 mitigation steps the FBI and CISA say agencies should take. Former Federal Chief […]

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Asking questions is first step in transforming human resources at agencies

Strategic Human Capital Management has made the Government Accountability Office’s High-Risk List for the 20th year in a row. Only about 6% of the government’s human resources workforce is under the age of 30. Loren Dejonge Schulman, Vice President of Research at the Partnership for Public Service, said government organizations should prioritize HR and start […]

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Government Matters (Full Show) – April 7, 2021

Partnerships essential to protect open and free sea lines of communication Adm. Jamie Foggo (USN-ret.), Distinguished Fellow at the Center for European Policy Analysis, discusses alliances and partnerships on the African continent and military implications of supply chain fragility   United States may not be spending more than China on defense, says former Pentagon comptroller […]

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Partnerships essential to protect open and free sea lines of communication

The ship that was blocking the Suez Canal has been free for about a week now, but the incident is making people all over the world think again about supply chain resilience. Adm. Jamie Foggo (USN-ret.), former Commander of U.S. Naval Forces, Europe and Africa, said it is critical to work with other navies so […]

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United States may not be spending more than China on defense, says former Pentagon comptroller

The White House says it will release President Biden’s topline spending request for fiscal year 2022 soon. Some experts expect defense spending to stay flat in coming years. Dov Zakheim, former Under Secretary of Defense (Comptroller) for the Defense Department, said it is “not clear” to him or his colleague Elaine McCusker that the U.S. […]

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