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NGA's belief in open source, crowdsourcing heating up

The National Geospatial Intelligence Agency turned to GitHub, an open source platform, for help in developing mission apps. NGA earlier this week placed its first open source developed app on iTunes.

Tags: technology , Open source , GitHub , National Geospatial Technical Operations Center , Dave White , Chris Rasmussen , crowdsourcing , Ask the CIO ,

Thursday - 01/01/2015, 09:34am EST
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Jason Miller, Executive Editor, Federal News Radio

The improved sharing of law enforcement and homeland security information is having the intended effect 10 years after Congress created a new office to lead the effort. The impact of all the changes can now be understood more than a year after the tragic and deadly attack at the Boston Marathon. Kshemendra Paul is the program manager of the Information Sharing Environment. He told executive editor Jason Miller on the Federal Drive about how the response to the Boston Marathon attack, and other examples, shows just how much progress has been made over the last decade.

Tags: Information sharing , law enforcement , homeland security , Boston Marathon , Kshemendra Paul , ISE , Information Sharing Environment , Tom Temin , Federal Drive , In Depth

Monday - 12/29/2014, 07:31am EST
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For feds, secure information sharing puzzle slowly coming together

Information Sharing Environment is helping to shape the policy and technology pieces to help implement the two-year-old White House's strategy on information sharing and safeguarding. The back-end attribute exchange is an expanding component to solve this challenge.

Tags: technology , Information sharing , Kshemendra Paul , Information Sharing Environment , cybersecurity , back-end exchange , GSA , exclusive ,

Friday - 12/26/2014, 07:46am EST
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FEMA kicks off IT modernization effort with security, resiliency review

Adrian Gardner, FEMA's chief information officer, said he spent the last nine months looking at the agency's IT networks and systems to figure out their weaknesses and strengths. He said he plans on a three-stage approach to bring FEMA's technology into the 21st century.

Tags: technology , FEMA , Adrian Gardner , resilience and security review , data analytics , mobile computing , Ask the CIO ,

Thursday - 12/25/2014, 09:10am EST
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Contractor security flaw puts data of 7,000 veterans at risk

The Veterans Affairs Department says veterans using a specific contractor for home telehealth services found a vulnerability that potentially could've exposed personal information of veterans. VA said the vulnerability has been closed and it has offered those affected credit monitoring services.

Tags: technology , cybersecurity , industry , Veterans Affairs , Health IT , data breach , VA Cyber Efforts in the Hot Seat ,

Wednesday - 12/24/2014, 12:18pm EST

Information Sharing Environment having intended effect after 10 years

Kshemendra Paul, the program manager of the Information Sharing Environment, said his organization's tools and techniques are creating collaboration and trust among federal, state and local law enforcement officers. The Boston Marathon bombing is the most recent example of just how much the way intelligence is shared among authorities.

Tags: Kshemendra Paul , Information sharing , technology , Information Sharing Environment , cybersecurity , FBI , Maritime Domain Awareness , exclusive

Wednesday - 12/24/2014, 08:03am EST
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GAO, DCMA losing two-long time senior executives to retirements

Ronald Youngs, the director of the Defense Contract Management Agency's cost and pricing center, and Eileen Larence, a director for Homeland Security and Justice Issues at the Government Accountability Office, are retiring after more than 65 years of combined federal service.

Tags: people , GAO , Eileen Larence , Defense Contract Management Agency , Ronald Youngs , homeland security , contracting ,

Tuesday - 12/23/2014, 02:00pm EST

Connect.gov is latest attempt to get buy-in to online ID management

The General Services Administration launched the Connect.gov portal in November and awarded two vendors contracts to provide secure electronic credentials. VA and USDA are among the first agencies to put applications on the cloud credential exchange. USPS is developing the technology infrastructure to allow this shared service to happen.

Tags: technology , cybersecurity , identity management , GSA , Jennifer Kerber , Verizon , ID.me , connect.gov , Federal Cloud Credential Exchange , Forrester

Monday - 12/22/2014, 06:52pm EST

Jason Miller, Executive Editor, Federal News Radio

Agencies have a new tool to make online services easier and safer for citizens. The General Services Administration officially launches Connect.gov with two private sector vendors providing identity management services. Jennifer Kerber, director of Connect.gov in the GSA's Office of Citizen Services and Innovative Technologies, tells Federal News Radio Executive Editor Jason Miller what the launch of the the new service means to agencies.

Tags: Francis Rose , In Depth , GSA , connect.gov , technology , Jennifer Kerber

Monday - 12/22/2014, 04:45pm EST
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Lockheed, Iron Mountain pay millions to settle overbilling allegations

The Justice Department settled two different cases with large contractors, both of which allegedly overcharged the agencies under the False Claims Act.

Tags: industry , contracting , oversight , Justice Department , False Claims Act , Lockheed Martin , Iron Mountain , GSA

Monday - 12/22/2014, 12:19pm EST
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