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Articles from the CIO Council & Our Partners

How to Snag Talent to Fill Critical Cybersecurity Positions at Your Agency

By Angela Bailey, Chief Human Capital Officer, DHS · November 21, 2016

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) recently held a highly successful cybersecurity hiring event and I want to share some of the lessons we learned in hopes that others might be inspired to try it for their agencies.

My Priorities as the First U.S. Chief Information Security Officer

By Gen. Greg Touhill · November 16, 2016

As the first U.S. Chief Information Security Officer (CISO), I am honored to be a part of a dynamic community across government working to improve our country’s cybersecurity posture.

Modernizing Federal IT Part 6 - Agility and Evolving a Minimal Viable Product

By Rob Klopp, CIO, Social Security Administration · November 07, 2016

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

Why I’m Joining the Technology Transformation Service

By Rob Cook, Commissioner of the Technology Transformation Service · November 04, 2016

This blog entry was originally published on October 31st, 2016 on the GSA blog. Some of my friends have asked what could possibly have gotten me to leave the life I love in the Bay Area and take a government job in DC.