The CIO Council is the principal interagency forum on Federal agency practices for IT management. Originally established by Executive Order 13011 (Federal Information Technology) and later codified by the E-Government Act of 2002, the CIO Council’s mission is to improve practices related to the design, acquisition, development, modernization, use, sharing and performance of Federal Government information resources.
Tags: U.S., Infosecurity
E-scooters becoming forum for mobility data privacy decisions and legislation
From ion battery–powered e-scooters floating in rivers to scooter riders without helmets, cities that have welcomed the popular personal vehicles have a lot to contend with. Then, there are the data issues. City governments, e-scooter providers and third-party data management firms are negotiating a...
Takeaways from the 'Content Moderation in 2019' workshop
After months of planning, it’s hard to believe our “Content Moderation in 2019” workshop is in the rear-view mirror. Thank you to everyone who attended and participated in the conversations throughout the day. A special thank you to all our keynote speakers and panelists. Your contributions, insight...