NASCIO Members, Federal Agencies Discuss Cyber Issues at 2019 DC Fly-In

Jeff Brody

Members of the National Association of State Chief Information Officers met with key federal agencies as well as Federal CIO and 2019 Wash100 Award recipient Suzette Kent during the organization's D.C. Fly-In in event Washington, D.C., NASCIO said on Wednesday.

NASCIO members engaged with officials from the FBI's Criminal Justice Information Services unit, General Services Administration, Internal Revenue Service Office of Safeguards and First Responder Network Authority to discuss issues such as the standardization of federal cybersecurity policy. The event also saw discussions on more collaborations between state and federal governments as well as other updates and concerns from the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency and GSA.

NASCIO holds the D.C. Fly-in annually to provide an avenue for discussing government priorities relevant to the state CIO’s responsibilities including cybersecurity regulations, information sharing and emerging technology.

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