The OPM unveiled its new IT plan for modernizing retirement plans. DISA has launched the second iteration of the DoD Enterprise Portal Service on the Secret IP Network, while the likely new Cyber Command head calls for proactive cyber operations. Be sure to read about this and much more in this week’s Federal News Round Up.
OPM Unveils Strategic IT Plan
The Office of Personnel Management unveiled a new information technology plan to help the agency refocus efforts to modernize retirement programs, USAJOBS and other federal human resources systems.
DISA Delivers New Version of Enterprise Portal Service to SIPRnet
The Defense Information Systems Agency has delivered the second iteration of the DoD Enterprise Portal Service on the Secret IP Network (SIPRNet).
Shared Services Insights from The Interior Business Center
Following is a Federal Times Q&A with Joseph Ward Jr., Director of the Interior Business Center (IBC), about the “ins and outs” of shared services. The IBC is one of nine designated shared services providers in the federal government.
Likely Next Cyber Command Head Calls for ‘Proactive’ Cyber Operations
Vice Adm. Mike Rogers – President Obama’s pick to replace Gen. Keith Alexander as the Commander of Cyber Command and NSA Director – said that United States military posture in cyberspace has been reactive, rather that proactive.
NIST Plans Secure Mobile Access Guides
The National Institute of Standards and Technology is drafting guidance to help agencies provide stronger security when allowing access to federal government systems from mobile devices.
The 2014 Federal 100 List
FCW officially released its Federal 100 list, which showcases the most innovative industry and government IT talent, who are helping achieve mission effectiveness in the most challenging budget climate.