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The state of Maryland has announced plans to be "front and center" among states when it comes to creating federal cybersecurity jobs.
More than 500 local business leaders came out to the U.S. Department of Commerce's National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) headquarters, on March 2, to gain valuable insights on how to successfully do business with NIST and the federal government. The first-ever NIST Industry Day, sponsored by the Montgomery County Chamber of Commerce and its GovConNet program - the Chamber's government contracting network - gave participants a chance to meet face-to-face with key NIST procurement officials and to get an up-close glimpse into the agency's operations.
The House has passed the Cybersecurity Enhancement Act by an overwhelming majority. The Act is meant to secure federal computer networks from espionage and the nation's critical infrastructure from interruption.
New National Institute of Standards and Technology Director Patrick Gallagher wants his top managers to take another look at NIST's organizational structure.
Agency says it wants to reevaluate positive and negative comments from stakeholders. Advisory board offers recommendations for NIST to consider as they develop their plan for a reorg. A House committee is looking into the proposal as well.
Tags: technology , management , Cita Furlani , House Science and Technology subcommittee on Techn , Dan Chenok , Information security and privacy advisory committe , cybersecurity , ITL reorganizations