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Increased federal cloud usage hinges on up-and-coming data encryption technology

Joe Paiva, the CIO at the International Trade Administration in the Commerce Department, said using a cloud encryption gateway helps protect data from the insider threat. Other agencies, such as ATF, focus on personnel security clearances to ensure their information is protected.

Tags: technology , Cloud computing , cybersecurity , Joe Paiva , Rick Holgate , Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosive Bureau , Dawn Leaf , Labor , Microsoft Federal Executive Forum , Data encryption , Security clearances

Friday - 02/27/2015, 03:41am EST

Commerce's ITA getting out of IT business

Joe Paiva, the International Trade Administration's CIO, said he wants to outsource the agency's network, device management and printing to the private sector.

Tags: technology , Commerce Department , Joe Paiva , industry , infrastructure as a service , outsourcing , print management , Ask the CIO , Jason Miller

Friday - 01/30/2015, 08:46am EST
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Holly Vineyard, International Trade Administration

The Commerce Department's International Trade Administration will open an office in Myanmar, also known as Burma. The country's economy, once virtually closed, is now growing at more than 6.5 percent a year. The decision to open an office is part of an effort to help U.S. businesses navigate emerging markets in Asia and Africa. Holly Vineyard, deputy assistant secretary for Asia at the International Trade Administration, explained to Federal Drive hosts Tom Temin and Emily Kopp why Commerce picked Myanmar for the first new office.

Tags: Holly Vineyard , Commerce , Federal Drive , Tom Temin , Emily Kopp

Friday - 04/25/2014, 10:43am EDT
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New trade enforcement office draws on cross-agency expertise, personnel

President Barack Obama announced Tuesday the creation of a new office, the Interagency Trade Enforcement Center, to curb unfair international trade practices. ITEC, which will operate from within the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative, will be staffed with Commerce Department and the intelligence community officials, among others. Administration officials cited a "whole-of-government" approach in standing up the office.

Tags: management , USTR , Commerce , international trade , John Bryson , Ron Kirk , Michael Froman , 2013 budget , Michelle O

Tuesday - 02/28/2012, 05:26pm EST