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In Depth Show Blog - September 17, 2013
Tuesday - 9/17/2013, 8:13pm EDT
Chief Records Officer
National Archives and Records Administration
Federal agencies buried under a flood of emails may have method out of the morass. The National Archives and Records Administration recently issued a simplified approach to email management called "Capstone." NARA's Chief Records Officer Paul Wester tells us all about it.
Federal Acquisition Service Commissioner
General Services Administration
Tom Sharpe is entering his first end of fiscal year as commissioner of the Federal Acquisition Service at the General Services Administration. Category Management is one of FAS' governing principles. He tells Roger Waldron on Off The Shelf what that means.
The man behind yesterday's shooting at the Washington Navy Yard worked as a Defense subcontractor. In the wake of the attack are questions about the security of government buildings and how -- or if 00 employee oversight will change.
Visiting Fellow on Foreign Policy
An all-out cyber war hasn't happened yet, but it is possible. Ian Wallace is a Visiting Fellow on Foreign Policy with the Center for 21st Century Security and Intelligence at the Brookings Institution. He just co-hosted an event with other cybersecurity experts at Brookings last week to discuss the possibility of a cyber war. I asked him if we found a true definition of cyber war yet.
President and CEO
Edmonds Enterprise Services, Inc.
Defense Department Chief Information Officer Terri Takai doesn't have the clout she needs to manage the Pentagon's technology operation. A group of defense technology experts is going on record to support a Senate effort to reshape the CIO position. One of those experts is retired Air Force Lt. Gen. Albert Edmonds, president and CEO of Edmonds Enterprise Services and former Director of the Defense Information Systems Agency.
Federal News Radio
The Office of Federal Financial Management is taking a page out of the cybersecurity reform book in how it's changing how agencies oversee spending. OFFM is updating its A-123 guidance to be more like the future vision of cybersecurity…based on risk and data, and done more than every three years. Federal News Radio's executive editor Jason Miller provides details on new expectations for how agencies will oversee their money.
Federal News Radio
The Air Force is moving to boost the oversight role of its chief information officer, giving him a bigger say in decisions about IT acquisition, planning and funding. The service says it'll cut down on duplicative spending and pave the way for more commoditization.
- Payroll snafu leads to
delayed paychecks for many feds (Federal News Radio)
- Investigators: 36k got
improper disability pay (Federal News Radio)
- GSA prevails in agency-level
protest of OASIS (Federal News Radio)
- INSIDE THE REPORTER'S NOTEBOOK: FEMA to name Gardner as CIO; new DHS CIO close; NASA struggles with HSPD-12 (Federal News Radio)