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Alan Duncan, Assistant Inspector General, TIGTA

The Internal Revenue Service will miss its deadline to start using personal ID cards to get in and out of federal buildings. It was supposed to have the system ready by 2015 as part of Homeland Security Presidential Directive 12. Alan Duncan is assistant inspector general for security and information technology audits for the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration. On In Depth with Francis Rose, he expained why the IRS will miss the deadline.

Tags: IRS , OIG , security , IT

Thursday - 11/06/2014, 04:52pm EST
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Increasing building security may be a problem for FPS, GAO says

Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson has said he wants to increase security at federal buildings. But the FPS, the agency responsible for doing so, may not be up to the task. GAO's Mark Goldstein said the FPS has a number of long-standing problems to solve before it can adequately protect anyone.

Tags: building security , workforce , GAO , FPS , Mark Goldstein , federal buildings , Federal Drive , Tom Temin , Jeh Johnson , Matt Wingfield , management , contracting

Wednesday - 11/05/2014, 02:46pm EST
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Mark Goldstein, Director of Physical Infrastructure Issues, GAO

After a gunman opened fire at Canada's National War Memorial and Parliament, Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson said he wants to beef up security at federal buildings. But as Mark Goldstein, GAO's director of physical infrastructure issues, explained on the Federal Drive with Tom Temin, more security means a greater workload for the Federal Protective Service. Reports from the Government Accountability Office show the small agency isn't always prepared for new threats.

Tags: Federal Drive , Tom Temin , Mark Goldstein , GAO , building security , federal buildings , Federal Protective Service , workforce

Tuesday - 11/04/2014, 08:36am EST
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Doug Maughan, Director of Cybersecurity Division, DHS

First, the Department of Homeland Security had the Car Wash. Now, it has the SWAMP - the latest effort to improve the quality and reliability of apps running on government networks. In part 2 of his interview with Doug Maughan, director of the Cybersecurity Division in DHS' Science and Technology Directorate, Federal News Radio Executive Editor Jason Miller asked Maughan how SWAMP is improving software assurance.

Tags: Doug Maughan , cybersecurity , technology , SWAMP , Car Wash , apps , Science & Technology Directorate , Jason Miller

Monday - 11/03/2014, 02:56pm EST
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Cars, toasters, medical devices add to DHS' cyber headaches

The Science and Technology Directorate's Cybersecurity Division received dozens of proposals to protect the next emerging area for cybersecurity, called physical systems. S&T will receive 70 proposals across four major areas and award $95 million to the best ideas in early 2015.

Tags: technology , cybersecurity , research and development , contracting , FDA , HHS , cyber crime , Jason Miller , Doug Maughan

Friday - 10/31/2014, 04:36am EDT
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DHS' SWAMP helps clean software of cyber flaws

The Software Assurance Marketplace (SWAMP) is a new initiative from DHS Science and Technology Directorate's cybersecurity division to test apps for security vulnerabilities before they are installed on agency networks. S&T also sponsored the HOST program to promote the use and security of open source tools.

Tags: technology , cybersecurity , open source , mobile computing , research and development , SWAMP , HOST , software assurance , Jason Miller , exclusive , Doug Maughan

Friday - 10/31/2014, 03:09pm EDT
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Rafael Borras, Former Under Secretary for Management, DHS

The National Academy of Public Administration has elected a new class of fellows to study and report to Congress on some of the most complex management and policy issues in government. One of those fellows is Rafael Borras. Until recently, he was the under secretary for management at the Homeland Security Department. He's now a senior advisor at AT Kearney. Borras spoke with Emily Kopp on today's Federal Drive radio show about his new appointment.

Tags: Rafael Borras , AT Kearney , NAPA , NAPA fellow , Emily Kopp , Federal Drive , people , management

Monday - 11/03/2014, 02:00pm EST
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Fatal Attraction: Working for Uncle Sam!

History has shown, working in a federal office can sometimes be dangerous, says Senior Correspondent Mike Causey.

Tags: Mike Causey , Mike Causeys Federal Report , workforce ,

Friday - 10/31/2014, 02:00am EDT

What does Capgemini bring to the government market?

Capgemini CEO Doug Lane and Barbara Rosenbaum, vice president of Federal, join host Mark Amtower to talk about the company and its plans to become a bigger presence in the federal market.
October 27, 2014

Tags: acquisition , contracting , Capgemini Government Solutions , Doug Lane , Barbara Rosenbaum , federal market , collaboration , market strategy , big data , Mark Amtower , Amtower Off Center

Friday - 10/24/2014, 08:14pm EDT
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Doug Maughn, Science and Technology Directorate, DHS

Your car, your medical device and even your toaster are among the facets of life that are quickly becoming Internet-based. This is why the Homeland Security Department is already working on cybersecurity for these and many other devices. Doug Maughn, director of Homeland Security Department's Science and Technology Directorate's Cybersecurity Division, spoke with Federal News Radio Executive Editor Jason Miller. In part one of their interview, Maughn says the latest broad agency announcement from DHS is shaping its future cyber research and development efforts.

Tags: Doug Maughn , In Depth

Thursday - 10/30/2014, 04:19pm EDT
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