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Commerce Dept Appoints 17 Industry Leaders to Digital Economy Board of Advisers

The Commerce Department has appointed 17 digital technology leaders to the board of advisers of the agency’s newly-formed digital economy agenda organization. The department said Tuesday the appointees will work to provide private sector input and support to the agenda, which was created in efforts to facilitate free and open internet access for U.S. citizens. …

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OMB’s Lisa Schlosser Takes Interim OPM Senior Adviser, CIO Roles; Beth Cobert Comments

Lisa Schlosser, deputy federal chief information officer at the Office of Management and Budget, has taken the temporary roles of senior adviser and CIO at the Office of Personnel Management, FedScoop reported Thursday. Greg Otto writes Schlosser succeeds acting CIO Dave Vargas and former full-time CIO Donna Seymour, who retired in February. Schlosser …

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Ann Barron-DiCamillo, Partners to Form Cybersecurity Venture Firm

Ann Barron-DiCamillo, the retiring director of the Department of Homeland Security‘s U.S. Computer Emergency Readiness Team, plans to establish a cybersecurity venture firm with partners to finance cyber technologies, FCW reported Friday. Sean Lyngaas writes Trend Micro Chief Cybersecurity Officer Tom Kellermann and Booz Allen Hamilton Principal Hank Thomas will join …

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Keisha Dawn Bell Named Defense Contract Management Agency General Counsel

Keisha Dawn Bell, formerly deputy general counsel of the Defense Contract Management Agency, has been named general counsel of DCMA. Defense Secretary Ashton Carter announced the appointment of Bell in a Defense Department statement issued Friday. Bell also previously served as deputy general counsel of the Merit Systems Protection Board after she worked for …

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Charles Armstrong Retires as CBP CIO, Led Cloud Transition Effort

Charles Armstrong has departed the role of chief information officer for the U.S. Customs and Border Protection agency, Fedscoop reported Friday. Greg Otto writes Armstrong aided the CBP in its effort to transition its applications to the cloud during his seven-year CIO tenure. Armstrong was previously the assistant commissioner within CBP’s Office of Information …

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