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AT&T Selected by HHS for Network Modernization, Wireless FirstNet Access; Brendan Floyd Quoted

AT&T has been selected by the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, Office of Inspector General (HHS OIG) to transform and modernize its network and provide wireless access to FirstNet, the nationwide, wireless communications platform dedicated to America’s first responders and public safety community, AT&T announced on Tuesday

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FTC OIG: Agency Needs to Address Information Security Issues

The Federal Trade Commission's inspector general has found that the agency faces security and cost challenges in information technology. FTC Office of the Inspector General identified the agency's challenges in securing information systems and networks from destruction, data Loss or compromise, Andrew Katsaros, FTC inspector general, wrote in a letter posted Sept. 27.

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OIG Discovers Management Concerns in GSA, Lists Recommendations

The General Services Administration's Office of Inspector General provided six recommendations addressing the agency's management concerns for fiscal year 2019. OIG said in an audit report that GSA should create a control to validate upcoming termination rights for leases, implement a timely execution method and quantify potential losses in line to vacant spaces.

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FDIC Inspector General Advises Boost in Security, Management, Innovation

The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation's Office of the Inspector General has identified the agency's weaknesses in the areas of security, technological modernization and management. Jay Lerner, FDIC inspector general, said Thursday in a report the agency needs to focus on cybersecurity risk oversight, financial technology innovation, information security management, crisis preparation and enterprise risk management.

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