In this two-part interview, U.S. Chief Information Officer Suzette Kent outlines IT modernization in the FY21 budget request and the government’s plans for data in 2020.
Brig. Gen. Gregory Touhill (USAF Ret.), president of AppGate Federal Group, discusses what the FY21 budget request has in store for Homeland Security’s cybersecurity component.
Todd Harrison, director of the CSIS Aerospace Security Project, details what Air Force programs are like in next year’s budget request, and what could go away to help build the Space Force.
Robert Work, former Deputy Secretary of Defense, breaks down what the Pentagon’s latest budget request means for technology spending and executing the National Defense Strategy.
Bill Greenwalt, senior fellow at the Atlantic Council’s Brent Scowcroft Center on International Security, discusses proposed cuts to the Department of Defense’s fourth estate agencies.
Larry Allen, managing director at BDO USA, discusses what contractors should look into as Q3 approaches, and the importance of a rapport with federal counterparts.
Tony Bertuca, chief editor of Inside the Pentagon, and Eric Katz, senior correspondent at GovExec, discuss what could be in the FY21 draft budget, and the Office of Personnel Management halting work on a records tool.
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