Tag Archives: Inspector General

DOD Inspector General: Five Sites Need Better 3D Printing Cybersecurity

3D Printing

The Department of Defense's inspector general (DOD IG) found in an audit that five DOD sites need to bolster the security of their additive manufacturing or 3D printing systems. DOD IG said in a July 1 report that it recommends the involved DOD components to first attain an authority to operate for all their AM systems before use.

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Acting Intelligence Community General Counsel Thomas Monheim Nominated for Full-Time Role; Avril Haines Quoted

Thomas Monheim

Thomas Monheim, acting inspector general of the intelligence community, has received President Biden's nomination to fill the role on a full-time basis. Monheim formerly served as the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency's (NGA) general counsel. He is a recipient of the Presidential Meritorious Executive Award, the DNI Exceptional Service Award, and other forms of recognition.

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Treasury Dept Inspector General Office Adds COVID-19 Responsibilities to List of Challenges

Treasury Department

The Department of the Treasury's Office of the Inspector General  has identified COVID-19 as a new challenge affecting the organization's interests as the calendar shifts to 2021. A report stated that COVID-19 has challenged the Treasury in terms of remote working and added responsibilities, said Richard Delmar, deputy inspector general at OIG.

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Unisys Receives $30.5M IDIQ Tech Support Contract for HHS-OIG; Melissa Carson Quoted

The Office of the Inspector General (OIG) at the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) has awarded a potential four-and-a-half, $30.5 million indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity contract to Unisys for providing a secure service desk, end user support and infrastructure operations and engineering services to the OIG, the company announced on Wednesday.

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Report: DHS Lacks ‘Comprehensive’ Mgmt Procedures for Low-Value Contracts

The Department of Homeland Security’s Office of Inspector General found that the agency lacked proper oversight of its low-value contracts, resulting in missing documentation and lost payments, Federal Times reported Wednesday. Low-value contracts are those with a maximum amount of $300 million.

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NRC Inspector General Audits Agency’s Cybersecurity; Identifies Staffing Issues

The Nuclear Regulation Commission's Office of the Inspector General has released results of an audit on the agency's cybersecurity operations. NRC OIG said Tuesday that it found the agency generally provides assurance on the cybersecurity of nuclear power plant licensees across digital assets.

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NRC Inspector General Audits Agency’s Cybersecurity; Identifies Staffing Issues

The Nuclear Regulation Commission's Office of the Inspector General has released results of an audit on the agency's cybersecurity operations. NRC OIG said Tuesday that it found the agency generally provides assurance on the cybersecurity of nuclear power plant licensees across digital assets.

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House Committee Seeks Cybersecurity Verification to Address Navy’s Afloat Network Funds

The House Armed Services Committee intends to reduce the Navy's at-sea network funds if the secretary of defense does not confirm the service branch's compliance with certain cybersecurity recommendations, Fifth Domain reported Tuesday. The secretary must work with the Department of Defense's chief information officer to prove the compliance of the Consolidated Afloat Networks and Enterprise Services with a certain, classified inspector general report. 

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