TSP board increases call center staff, but still ‘nowhere near where we need to be’
The Federal Retirement Thrift Investment Board has increased its customer service staff by 66%, but plans to add even more representatives this week.
In a three-day event June 21-23, Federal News Network took a deep dive into what agencies are really trying to achieve in zero trust, and what they've accomplished thus far.
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Even as the armed forces develop hypersonic missiles, the Missile Defense Agency pursues a project to develop measures to counteract enemies’ hypersonics. But the program is having significant oversight problems and technical risks.
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There will be major tech investments, but the mindset shift required of IT and security teams — and everyday users too — might well be the toughest zero trust hurdle for agencies, says Splunk’s Bill Wright at the Zero Trust Cyber Exchange.
A bipartisan group of dozen senators is rejecting the Department of Veterans Affairs’ plan to close or overhaul hospitals and medical facilities that no longer meet the health care needs of veterans.