Continuing in our goal of ensuring you have the latest information and updates, here is a list of events that have either recently been added to the G2X calendar, or where there have been recent speaker additions, date changes, or other updates. Agencies represented: Treasury, DHS, State, USDA, GAO,...
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“The Department of Energy added to recent investments in clean energy Thursday, announcing $53 million in funding for small businesses pursuing cutting-edge technologies to address climate change. The funding is spread across 259 projects in
“The State department lists edge computing as one of its highest priorities, technologically. It has more than 200 outposts around the world. Brian Merrick, Director of Cloud Programs at the State Department, explains why he
“As President Biden’s cybersecurity executive order (EO) stretches past its first year, Federal agencies are at varied points in their progress on the EO’s orders. Federal leaders say it is important for agencies to approach
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Federal News Network: Leaders cite progress under cyber EO, but lawmakers press for more amid persistent threats
“Cybersecurity leaders say agencies have made great strides in adopting a better defensive posture since last year’s cyber executive order in areas like endpoint detection and response, encryption and multifactor authentication. But during a House
“As the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) works to update its influential Cybersecurity Framework – first issued in 2014 and later updated in 2018 – a NIST official said on May 17 that
“’The technology is the easy part,’ federal CIO, Clare Martorana, told FCW in an interview. ‘I have not found a single thing in my now six-plus years in government that was actually a confounding technical
“The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency issued an emergency directive Wednesday requiring federal civilian agencies to patch vulnerable VMware products that could be chained together for full system control. If agencies aren’t able to deploy
“One thing government contracting shops are sticklers for is receiving bids by the stated deadline. Two days or two seconds late, and would-be contractors are out of luck. That’s true even if the government’s own