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Charles De Sanno from the Department of Veterans Affairs and Booz Allen Hamilton's Ilene Yarnoff will talk about mobile apps and mobile security issues in the federal workplace.
April 6, 2012
Tags: worforce , mobile apps , mobile workplace , mobile security , mobile devices , Debra Roth , Shaw Bransford & Roth , Charles De Sanno , enterprise architecture , Ilene Yarnoff , cybersecurity , Fed Talk , Department of Veteran
Senate amendment allows retiring federal employees to return to work on a part-time basis. Ron Sanders, senior executive adviser at Booz Allen Hamilton, says this provision allows retirees to pass along their institutional knowledge while continuing their civil service.
For the past 25 years, reforming the American healthcare system has been a national priority. As part of this effort, this Administration has incentivized the use and adoption of health information technology, primarily in two forms - promoting the meaningful use of electronic health records and creating health information exchanges to facilitate greater sharing of information. For patients, unlocking health information creates the promise of greater access, convenience, and mobility in receiving healthcare services. For providers and payers, reducing barriers to information flow is one key to improving healthcare quality and reducing costs. But this raises several critical questions: Will doctors and patients embrace electronic health records and the secure exchange of health information? How might mobile applications fundamentally transform how we conceive of the healthcare system in the future? How should healthcare professionals embrace next-generation technologies along with the need for privacy and security? What will this health information technology ecosystem look like in 10 years, and what do we need to do to plan for its success?
Whether the strategy is reducing personnel, consolidating offices or investing IT, "every one of them impacts people," said Ron Sanders, the former chief human capital officer for the Director of National Intelligence and now the executive adviser for Booz Allen Hamilton.
The Air Force has suspended Booz Allen Hamilton's San Antonio, Texas, office and recommended it for debarment, according to information posted on the Excluded Parties List System.
The United Kingdom narrowly edged out the U.S. on the first Cyber Power Index, a list that measures the core strengths of a nation's cyber technology.
The company says the network can virtually connect clients in or outside government with thousands of cyber experts, technologies and solutions.
Managers who responded to a recent survey worry that too many barriers, such as politics and ineffective communication, threaten the ability of interagency collaboration to help their agencies achieve mission success. But there are signs that agencies are trying to overcome the challenges in the face of increased budget pressure.
The Association of Government Accountants recently released recommendations on how federal agencies can cut improper payments as a way to cut costs.
October 25th, 2011 at 12 PM
A distinguished panel of top experts from government and industry, will explore market incentives that may or may not currently exist to stimulate greater corporate investment in cybersecurity protection measures. Such business drivers may include the consideration of relating proactive cybersecurity activity to a favorable valuation of company performance, liability protection measures such as insurance coverage for cyber vulnerabilities, or statutory liability protection. The panelists will explore the likelihood that these or other market incentives may emerge across industry and government to enhance our collective defense against sophisticated cyber threats.