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Top Army general vows for new cyber talent management system
The Army is working to change the way it does cyber talent management, including different fitness requirements and promotion structures.
NSA launches open source training platform for apps, development
The new tool, called SkillTree, was developed for training NSA employees on complex applications as well as software development, but it is available for adaptation by the public.
Army opens its new Cyber Command headquarters
"The IT is very powerful," Army Cyber Command's top general said of the new headquarters for his command.
Air Force’s Digital University prepares for launch with a focus on ‘tactical operators’
The Air Force's new "Digital University" is free for all airmen and civilians working in the department to learn more about cyber, IT and other technical training.
National Security Commission on AI recommends digital reserve corps and academy
The ideas would help to increase the technology workforce in the government and retain workers in the private secretor through a reserve corps like the military.
DHS lacks a cyber workforce strategy four years later
Without proper staffing and training, the department can't be sure federal systems are secure, according to the Office of Inspector General.
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.
Commission issues early recommendations for better federal IT hiring
The National Commission on Military, National, and Public Service has a few ideas on how the federal government can better attract and retain IT and cybersecurity talent. In a recently released staff memorandum, the bipartisan commission offered its preliminary findings and thoughts. The memo was released in tandem with a hearing on critical skills and benefits held
Cybersecurity pros could work for multiple agencies under bill passed by Senate
Skilled federal cybersecurity workers could be rotated among civilian agencies under bipartisan legislation the Senate passed Tuesday. The intent is not only to help fill specific gaps in the workforce, but also to help agencies recruit and retain people by offering opportunities “to enhance their careers, broaden their professional experience, and foster collaborative networks by