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House of Representatives Seeks New CIO

The House’s Office of the Chief Administrative Officer is working with executive-search firm Korn/Ferry International to find a new chief information officer to manage the chamber’s technical functions. A June 19 classfied ad says the House CIO will be responsible for overseeing a more than 300-employee organization that performs operational, …

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Mark Schwartz: Agile Contracting Model Helps CIS Speed Up IT Service Acquisition

Mark Schwartz, chief information officer of the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, has said CIS has adopted an agile method to help expedite the acquisition of information technology systems and services within the agency, Federal Times reported Thursday. Schwartz said the agency’s Flexible Agile Development Services contracting model has shorter …

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HHS Kicks Off Search for New Deputy CIO

The Department of Health and Human Services has outlined criteria for a new hire to the deputy chief information officer position. A July 16 USAJobs notice says DHS will grant top secret-level security clearance to the selected candidate who will become part of the senior executive service group of government leaders. HHS will accept applications …

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Senate OKs LaVerne Council as VA CIO

The Senate has confirmed White House nominee LaVerne Council as the new chief information officer and assistant secretary for information and technology at the Department of Veterans Affairs, Federal Times reported Thursday. Aaron Boyd writes that the confirmation puts Council in charge of the department’s $4 billion information technology portfolio beginning Monday …

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Stephen Warren Seeks More Updates to VA Security Amid Cyberthreat Growth

Stephen Warren, chief information officer at the Department of Veterans Affairs, said keeping the security of the agency’s information systems updated and resilient should remain a key priority for the government, GovInfoSecurity.com reported Monday. Marianne Kolbasuk McGee writes that a scenario where the public stops using online government systems and services over …

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