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Telework boom shows how existing IT investments are paying off in new ways

Federal CIOs have rapidly shifted their focus to ensure their workforces have the tools and network capacity needed to continue functioning as normally as possible during the coronavirus pandemic. While the scale-up to remote work happened quickly, CIOs said the technology that supported the change was years in the making. In fact, several CIOs said the ability of their agencies to continue operations without major disruptions was in large part due to the progress made on IT modernization well before the health crisis hit. Billy Mitchell has the story.

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DHS still finding a balance between enterprise architecture and CDO functions

As more agencies within the federated department appoint chief data officers, enterprise architecture shops are having to adjust to dual-hatting. Dave Nyczepir has more.

Hackers are using coronavirus-themed phishing lures to go after DOD networks

Cybercriminals have been targeting U.S. military contractors with coronavirus-related spearphishing schemes, warns the Department of Defense Cyber Crime Center. According to DC3’s assessment, phishing lures are being sent to companies in the defense industrial base, disguised as emails from the CDC. But those behind the campaign aren't just targeting defense industrial base companies and their networks — the goal is to break into systems run by the DOD. D3 has shared the assessment with companies in the defense industrial base, hoping the information stops any such attempt from becoming a nightmare for the defense workforce. Shannon Vavra has the details.

Senators want USDS to aid state and local government's IT modernization rush

In a letter to congressional leadership, a group of senators requested funding and waivers on barriers preventing collaboration between levels of government. Colin Wood has more.

Not for coronavirus, Utah Valley U. launches online-degrees website

University leaders say that promoting online education is part of their strategic plan, regardless of the constraints of the current health crisis. Jake Williams has the details on the new site.

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Chief Technology Officer | U.S. Agency for International Development

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