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The President's National Cybersecurity Plan - What You Need to Know

By Michael Daniel, Tony Scott, and Ed Felten · February 09, 2016

This blog entry was originally published on the White House blog. Here are a few answers to questions you might have about the President’s new Cybersecurity National Action Plan.

Modernizing Federal IT Part 2 - The Gravity of IP

By Rob Klopp, CIO, Social Security Administration · January 19, 2016

This is the second in a series describing how the Social Security Administration is working towards a more modern IT infrastructure.

Building on Progress - Improving the Way the Government Buys IT

By Tony Scott · December 23, 2015

This blog entry was co-authored with Anne Rung, U.S. Chief Acquisition Officer, and originally published on the White House blog. Today, the Office of the Federal Chief Acquisition Officer and the Office of the Federal Chief Information Officer released for public comment a directive to Federal agencies to drive greater efficiency into how we manage and buy software.

Modernizing Federal IT Part 1 - Catching Up and Jumping Ahead

By Rob Klopp, CIO, Social Security Administration · December 10, 2015

This post is the first in a series of entries from Social Security Administration CIO Rob Klopp that will consider issues associated with modernizing the US Federal IT infrastructure.