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Articles from the CIO Council & Our Partners

Securing Small Agencies with Big Missions

By Patrick Bevill, Chief Information Security Officer, Federal Retirement Thrift Investment Board · October 25, 2019
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Read how the Federal Retirement Thrift Investment Board thrives on adaptability and creativity when it comes to cybersecurity.

Staying Ahead of the Curve - The Innovation Committee’s Emerging Technology Series

By CIO Council Operations · October 18, 2019
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Check out the overview of the Innovation Committee's Emerging Technology Whitepaper on NoOps and serverless computing.

Cybersecurity Awareness Month Kicks Off

By Grant Schneider, Federal Chief Information Security Officer · October 04, 2019
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The Federal CISO, Grant Schneider, kicks off Cybersecurity Awareness Month

What's New on CIO.gov

By Suzette Kent, Federal CIO · September 27, 2019
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As one of the IT Modernization Goal Leaders, I’m excited to announce that in alignment with the IT Modernization Goal and the 21st Century Integrated Digital Experience Act (IDEA) we’ve re-launched CIO.gov leveraging common solutions and innovative practices to improve efficiency, increase security, and ultimately meet citizens’ needs. your needs.