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Reporters' Roundup: MOC Conference highlights, international cybersecurity
Monday - 5/16/2011, 7:18pm EDT
The General Services Administration is once again trying to make the USA.gov web portal the king of all federal government search. GSA today announced it launched a better search engine for the government's website. This is the fourth time since the Clinton administration unveiled the Firstgov.gov portal in 2000. Federal News Radio Executive Editor Jason Miller joins us with details on how this time usa.gov search will be different.
- The White House has launched it's U.S. International Strategy for Cyberspace this afternoon. It's being billed as the administration's comprehensive vision for the future of international cooperation in cyberspace. It will also lay out the White House's agenda for partnering with other nations to achieve cybersecurity goals. The Obama administration laid out it's domestic cyber policy goals last week. Federal News Radio's Jared Serbu has details about the cyber goals.
- Our own Amy Morris is at the Management of Change conference. in Hot Springs, Virginia. She joins us now with a wrap up of what happened this morning, and what feds can look forward to tomorrow.