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Government Matters (Full Show) – June 21, 2021

Former United States chief information officer supports Senate cyber bill Tony Scott, former federal chief information officer, discusses a new Senate bill that would require organizations to report cyber hacks to the government within 24 hours   National Treasury Employees Union president advises agencies on return-to-office plans Tony Reardon, president of the National Treasury Employees […]

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Former United States chief information officer supports Senate cyber bill

A new Senate bill would require organizations to report cyber hacks to the government within 24 hours. The bill is the latest attempt to face the growing issue of cyber breaches in the public and private sectors. Tony Scott, former federal chief information officer and now chief executive officer of The TonyScottGroup, said he thinks […]

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National Treasury Employees Union president advises agencies on return-to-office plans

Federal agencies have under a month to submit their final return-to-office plans for remote employees. The July 19 deadline applies to workforce safety plans too. Tony Reardon, president of the National Treasury Employees Union, said many employees are anxious about returning to the workplace, citing concerns related to children in school, face masks and other […]

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New Periodic Table of Acquisition Innovations version set to come out later this year

The acquisition community has a new tool to follow changes in innovation in procurement. The Periodic Table of Acquisition Innovations tracks acquisition innovations underway at the Office of Federal Procurement Policy and the Federal Acquisition Institute. Tim Cooke, chief executive officer and owner of ASI Government, said an updated version of the table should come […]

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Government Matters (Full Show) – June 20, 2021

Former Army commander expresses concern about defense budget timing Gen. Carter Ham (USA Ret.), president and chief executive officer of the Association of the United States Army and former commander of U.S. Africa Command, and Gen. Norton Schwartz (USAF Ret.), president of the Institute for Defense Analyses and former chief of staff of the United […]

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Former Army commander expresses concern about defense budget timing

Budget and authorization season is officially underway in Washington. All the military services made their budget cases to congressional committees this week, but the discussions and negotiations still have a long way to go. Gen. Carter Ham (USA Ret.), former commander of United States Africa Command and now president and chief executive officer of the […]

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Department of Homeland Security plans to strengthen employee soft skills to improve resiliency

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) will take a new look at how it trains its new recruits and current employees as a result of the pandemic. The department is doing its evaluation as it prepares to hire thousands of new employees across its components. Clothilda Taylor, chief learning and engagement officer at DHS, said […]

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