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Standards part of broader plan to help reduce data center energy usage. Energy also has tool to measure data center power usage.
Executive Director for Procurement, U.S. Customs and Border Protection
Department of Homeland Security (DHS)
May 18th and 20th
Cyber security has received a thorough debate within the Obama administration. Now it looks like the Homeland Security Department will retain at least some role in setting standards and policy - even as a new White House office is established for cyber security. It's taken a month for the administration to get its final report out after the 60-day review. Why? Because lots of agencies and panels were fighting for a piece of the action. But Congress has yet to weigh in. I'm Tom Temin.
Draft explanation kicks off effort to develop special publication for government architecture, strategies and security.
May 20th, 2009
Steve Rosen, Director of Performance and Strategic Planning in the Office of Federal Asset Sales at the General Services Administration, on the "eFAS" system. This system has more than tripled the number of Federal assets sold online, and nearly doubled the amount of money recouped for the government. Mr. Rosen won a Leadership Award from the Chief Information Officers Council at IRMCO this year.