Some officials say government's mobile work culture might stick

If state and local governments are smart, some technology officials say, they'll take advantage of the cost savings that expanded remote working could bring.

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The DOD has tapped William Lietzau to lead the Defense Counterintelligence Security Agency as its first permanent director.

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With governors around the country ordering their workforces to perform duties remotely, CIOs face new logistical problems.

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The government's digital services consulting group experimented with telework early on to see what secure tools worked.

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So far, there are roles listed at the Department of Homeland Security, Environmental Protection Agency and Department of Veterans Affairs.

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The new role would be in charge of recruiting talented people with technical backgrounds to the DOD and making sure they stick around for a while.

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Speakers at a conference for county officials ran down numerous technical details worth noting, but the human element, they said, preceded most of them.

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Mental health is "even more stigmatized" in cybersecurity than in some other industries, says psychiatrist Ryan Louie.

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The digital services agency's new acting director talks about what it's like to be new at a "remote-first" organization and what his goals are for his time in leadership.

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Many contractors would like to see the INFORM process adopted by all federal agencies, finding it fairer and more helpful in crafting future contract submissions.

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The Army is working to spread data literacy across the ranks, ordering divisions to appoint data representatives who will work with the DOD CDO.

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