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Energy gets new CIO, loses CHCO to retirement

Secretary Steven Chu announced several leadership changes, including naming Robert Brese as the department's new chief information officer.

Tags: people , technology , Energy , Mike Kane , Owen Barwell , Sarah Bonilla , Jason Miller

Wednesday - 06/20/2012, 05:16pm EDT

Army IT agency head departs for Energy

Donald Adcock, who served from 2010 until this month as the executive director of the Army Information Technology Agency, has left the Pentagon to become the associate CIO for IT services at the Department of Energy.

Tags: Donald Adcock , Energy , Army Information Technology Agency , information technology , Mike Locatis , Army , people , John Berthiaume , chief information officer , Jared Serbu

Wednesday - 04/25/2012, 12:16pm EDT

Nuclear Security Administration goes thin and green

The Energy bureau has a goal to cut the carbon footprint by almost a third. GSA is helping agencies meet governmentwide green goals by providing measuring tools, training and acquisition assistance.

Tags: contracting , technology , Steve Kempf , NNSA , GSA , DoE , EPA , White House , AFCEA Bethesda , Thin clients , energy efficiency , green purchasing , cybersecurity , Sustainability executive order

Tuesday - 01/05/2010, 06:58am EST
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AFFIRM panel: How to stay innovative

The AFFIRM panel discusses how to stay innovative.

Tags: Energy , David McClure , GSA , Todd Park , HHS , Chris Smith , USDA , AFFIRM , innovation , best practices , management , DorobekInsider

Thursday - 11/18/2010, 03:57pm EST
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Architecting Defense-in-Detail

August 11th at 11:05am

The DoD GIG IA Portfolio Management Office (GIAP) has learned through experience that mission critical networks are contested, violated, infiltrated and penetrated, leading to significant risks to US interests. The U.S. critical infrastructure has evolved from a ‘network enabled' position to one that is now ‘network dependent.' No aspect of the national critical infrastructure operates without extensive use of information technology, and it is this very fact that makes our networks such a high priority target for adversaries.

The need for secure, self-aware, proactively managed defense mechanisms has never been more critical. Commercially available technologies, when combined with research and development done by both the government and the private sector, represent the best possible approach for combating the types of threats our critical infrastructure is facing today.

Tags: technology , CA Technologies , Dynamic Cybersecurity , cybersecurity , Tim Brown , security , DoE , Gary Galloway , State

Monday - 08/02/2010, 12:34pm EDT
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