Federal Hot Minute Oct. 8, 2012
As we move into the government’s new fiscal year, here are just a few noteworthy headlines concerning the business of government.
LA Times was one of several publications reporting that a cybersecurity executive order will be issued soon.
Federal Computer Week ran a story questioning if DHS is ready to take the lead on cybersecurity.
And the White House issued a proclamation making October the Cyber Security Awareness Month.
GovernmentExecutive.com ran a story asking if Republicans are wavering on their approach to the proverbial fiscal cliff.
For contractors, Washington Technology ran several noteworthy articles:
Todd Stottlemyer talked about rebranding his company Acentia
Mark Amtower articulated the challenges facing contractors today.
Stan Soloway wrote on the perils of the federal buyers focusing on lowest price
And in that other presidential race in Washington, Teddy – with the help of the Philly Phanatic – finally won the traditional fourth inning race at the Washington Nationals game. Go Nat’s!
Please go to wjla.com/bizgov for links to stories mentioned in this segment. I’m Steve Vito of UpsonVito.
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