Army’s new cyber units come with serious workforce challenges, GAO finds

The Army is facing a range of staffing, equipment and training issues as it shifts to face the future of warfare.

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A panel of Coding it Forward's summer 2019 Civic Digital Fellows reflected on this question at the program's demo day.

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The trend of rotational programs and talent exchanges is picking up steam in the IC.

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GAO found 16 agencies lack a cybersecurity risk management strategy. Leaders say the biggest hurdle is finding the right people.

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Michigan’s extraordinary network of research universities continues to produce an abundance of skilled high-tech professionals.

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An "in-out-in" model could help train and retain a cyber and defense workforce, panelists at the Aspen Security Forum said.

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At least 20 employees whos shouldn't have been able to telework continued to do so out of a sample of 585 employees, according to an audit.

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DARPA needs more operationally minded people to help better assess technology, not just make it.

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Commentary: The Christensen Institute's Richard Price says income share agreements can address student loan debt and enable a more dynamic workforce.

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Cybersecurity company Tenable and enterprise software provider Appian were No. 5 and No. 6, respectively.

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The talent is out there — it is just not getting to the right places, Sue Gordon, principal deputy director of the Office of National Intelligence, said Tuesday. Gordon cited the need to share talent between the private and public sectors and to rethink the way intelligence workers navigate their careers. The partnership needs to extend

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