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The Homeland Security Department officials can't convince departmental agencies to consolidate human resources systems.
In addition to being able to access critical information about emergency preparedness and what to do before and after a disaster on their smartphones, disaster survivors will also be able to apply for federal assistance directly through their web enabled mobile phone devices. Richard Serino, Deputy Administrator of FEMA, explains how his agency pulled this off.
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Learn more about Congressional resistance to DHS's efforts to modernize their financial system
National Cybersecurity Awareness Challenge winners announced; US, Britain work to resolve hacker extradition
The government's cybersecurity experts will be busy beefing up the government's IT security in coming months -- including the latest version of a well-known test of federal and private sector preparedness. Their boss says it's part of the never-ending quest to safeguard cyberspace.
This week, Federal Security Spotlight checks in with Rich Marshall of the Dept. of Homeland Security.
July 22, 2010
DHS gets official oversight over all civilian agency computer networks.
President Obama is asking workers on the frontlines to take a hard look again and to share their ideas and insight at SAVEAward.gov.