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Chief data, privacy officer(s) are coming to Maryland

Last week, Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan signed a series of executive orders that will, among other things, add a chief data officer and chief privacy officer to state government. The orders, signed at the conclusion of a cybersecurity summit held by his office, will task a privacy officer with the development and implementation of statewide guidelines for data protection. The data officer will be responsible for the development of a data strategic plan for the state. Benjamin Freed has more on StateScoop.

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Colleges would vie for grants to teach legacy coding languages under proposed bill

If passed, the bill would distribute $100 million in grants to higher education institutions that teach the legacy computer languages required to support federal IT systems. Emily Bamforth has the details on EdScoop.

Cyber job listings excluded Colorado workers after salary transparency law went into effect

The Colorado Department of Labor and Employment confirmed that it had received dozens of complaints about companies violating the law. Tonya Riley has more on CyberScoop.

Booz Allen expects number of staff working in office to decline

CEO Horacio Rozanski says clients, especially in government, are embracing flexible working models. John Hewitt Jones has it for FedScoop.

$1B for state and local cyber grants in Senate infrastructure deal

Dedicated cybersecurity grants would be made available over four years, according to an outline of the $1.2 trillion infrastructure plan. Ben has the latest.

Job-coding issues may hinder DOD’s cyber workforce recruitment, IG says

Due to issues coding civilian cybersecurity jobs, the DOD 'may be unable to accurately determine the skill set and size of its civilian cyber workforce. See the story at FedScoop.

Job of the Day

Associate CIO | U.S. Department of Agriculture

The U.S. Department of Agriculture is searching for an associate CIO to oversee its information security branch. In this role, the associate CIO will manage USDA-wide incident handling process and serve as the central point of contact for coordination and handling of critical cyber incidents. See this job and more.

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