Here is today’s federal cybersecurity and information technology news round-up:
- Federal Chief Information Officer Steven VanRoekel released the Shared Services Strategy on Wednesday along with a guide for a Common Approach to Federal Enterprise Architecture. More here.
- The Department of Defense and Department of Homeland Security are pressuring Congress to pass cybersecurity legislation, warning of potentially serious cyberattacks in the near term. More here.
- A survey of federal chief information officers found that many are considering staffing cuts, reduced contractor support, and reduced levels of service to deal with tight budgets. More here.
- Defense Secretary Leon Panetta said the DoD is working with the Philippines to expand “joint intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance capabilities, and the ability to counter cyber-attacks.” More here.
- The Office of Management and Budget has put a deadline of December 31 for federal agencies to migration to two information technology shared service initiatives. More here.