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Report: Federal Gov’t Plans Reskilling Efforts to Address Cyber, IT Skills Gap

The Trump administration plans to initiate reskilling programs to address the information technology and cybersecurity skills gap among federal employees, FedScoop reported Thursday. Among the options available to the government is cross-training, a strategy that non-profit organization MITRE Corporation has been implementing for decades.

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GAO: OMB, Fed Agencies Should Address CIO Roles in IT Management

The Government Accountability Office has recommended the Office of Management and Budget and 24 federal agencies boost the implementation of their respective chief information officers’ responsibilities in different information technology management areas. GAO said Thursday the OMB should address the new responsibilities of its CIO related to the IT workforce, …

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William Marion II Appointed Air Force Acting CIO

William Marion II, deputy chief information dominance officer and deputy chief information officer of the U.S. Air Force, has assumed his new role as the service branch’s acting CIO, C4ISRNET reported Wednesday. Marion will take over the responsibilities of Lt. Gen. Bradford Shwedo, who has been selected to serve as …

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HHS to Hire Chief Health Informatics Officer for CMS

The Department of Health and Human Services is looking for a chief health informatics officer to produce health information technology requirements and content that could boost innovation and interoperability for the department. A USAJobs notice published June 21 says the person to be hired will help HHS’ Centers for Medicare …

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Charles Rettig Eyes IT, Workforce Modernization as IRS Nominee

Charles Rettig, President Trump’s nominee to lead the Internal Revenue Service, has told Senate Finance Committee members that he would prioritize the modernization of the agency’s information technology infrastructure if senators approve his nomination, Federal News Radio reported Thursday. Rettig, a tax attorney from California, said during the committee hearing Thursday he believes …

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