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Matthew Travis: DHS’ National Cybersecurity and Communications Integration Center to Remain Amid National Risk Mgmt Center Establishment

Matthew Travis, deputy undersecretary for the Department of Homeland Security's National Protection and Programs Directorate, said the National Cybersecurity and Communications Integration Center will retain its responsibilities even when the National Risk Management Center is formally holding office, FCW reported Tuesday.

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House Panel Asks DHS, Mitre to Perform Biennial Reviews of Cyber Vulnerability ID Program

The House Energy and Commerce Committee has called on the Department of Homeland Security and Mitre to conduct biennial reviews to ensure the stability and effectiveness of a program that aims to facilitate the identification of cybersecurity vulnerabilities and sharing of such data among organizations.

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DHS’ Eric Cho: Oral Presentations Could Help Agencies Facilitate Vendor Selection Under EIS Contract

The Department of Homeland Security’s procurement innovation lab has a list of nine contracting methods that federal agencies can use when choosing a contractor for a task order issued under the General Services Administration’s $50B Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions contract, FCW reported Monday.

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DHS Official: Sharing of Unclassified Cyber Threat Indicators Getting Faster

An official at the Department of Homeland Security recently said that the approval of unclassified versions of cyber threat indicators is now being done at a much faster rate, Nextgov reported Wednesday. Law enforcement and intelligence agencies submit cyber threat indicators to the DHS' National Cybersecurity and Communications and Integration Center as part of the Automated Indicator Sharing initiative. However, submissions with confidential information must first be scrubbed prior to public dissemination.

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DHS Sources for Info on ICT Vulnerability Detection Technologies

The Department of Homeland Security is sourcing for industry input on applications that detect and address malicious, counterfeit and vulnerable functionalities in information and communications technology products. The department also requires information on technologies designed to help users deal with supply chain risks in ICT-based services, the DHS said Friday in a FedBizOpps notice.

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