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Announcing the Federal IT Operating Plan: Strategically Aligning Investments to Deliver a Modern Government

By Clare Martorana · June 10, 2022

Every day, the public experiences well-designed interactions when using consumer products and services. They’re easy and intuitive. The public rightfully wants, expects, and deserves the same experience when interacting with the Government – and it’s possible.

International Travel Guidance for Government Mobile Devices

By The Federal Mobility Group · February 23, 2022

The Federal Mobility Group (FMG) just released their International Travel Guidance for Government Mobile Devices report. The document details a series of best practices agencies can adopt to safeguard Government Furnished Equipment (GFE)-mobile devices against attacks while in use during travel to foreign countries.

Customer Experience EO- A more simple, seamless, and secure customer experience for the American public

By Clare Martorana · December 13, 2021

The Customer Experience Executive Order calls the Federal IT Community into action since it is technology that underpins the Government’s ability to deliver a more simple, seamless, and secure customer experience for the American public.

Cybersecurity Awareness Month Round Up

By Chris DeRusha, Federal CISO and Steven Hernandez, CISO at Education · November 10, 2021

Federal agencies did it again! CIOs, CISOs, and their staff pulled together for another successful Cybersecurity Awareness Month. With this year’s overarching theme of “Do Your Part. #Becybersmart”, agency CIOs and CISOs did a great job educating, bringing awareness, and emphasizing the importance of cybersecurity.