2018 OFCCP Developments: What Federal Contractors Need to Know for 2019

jdsupra

In 2018 the Trump-era OFCCP began issuing policy changes that provide indications how the agency is changing its enforcement approach and where the agency is headed. This year the OFCCP issued nine directives that will guide the agency’s enforcement agenda and provide guidance on how the agency interacts with contractors.
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Spotlight

While the timetable of migration has been slowed by security concerns, the U.S. Federal government remains dedicated to cloud computing and has identified several opportunities enabled by the technology. Specifically, cloud client-computing architectures have the potential to significantly enhance the productivity and efficiency of public sector organizations, both in the United States and around the world. For government agencies, desktop virtualization coupled with thin or zero client endpoints is a way to reduce endpoint downtime and increase user flexibility to enable an increasingly mobile workforce.

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What Blockchain Means for Government

gartner

There are inflated expectations and much confusion about what blockchain really means for government agencies. Despite there being significant interest in blockchain, there's modest action taken in education and government. Gartner predicts that by 2021, 5% of government entities will adopt blockchain as transparent, authoritative ledger for some official records. Through 2018, blockchain named projects are likely to deliver business value without actually using blockchain. This webinar, will dispel myths and provide clarity on how blockchain works and how it can be useful for government agencies.
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Internal audit’s role in Tribal Government transformation

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Tribal governments operate in a challenging environment. Not only are they involved in public service delivery – health, safety, housing, education – but there is also responsibility for economic development, business operations and oversight. To ensure a bright future, Tribal governments are consistently making strategic decisions, executing large projects, and making significant budget decisions.
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Webinar on Government Cash Management: trends and challenges

The World Bank

Government cash management can be defined as “having the right amount of money in the right place and time to meet the government’s obligations in the most cost-effective way”. Despite the clarity of this definition and the multiple references in the IMF-WB Guidelines, the exact perimeter of government cash management is not always consensual: “from the perspective of budget policy or management, it is an internal government function - ensuring that cash flows to where it is needed without wastage or idling. But to debt managers and central banks it is about the impact and management of the government’s cash flows in the financial sector”.
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Using Deception Technology as part of Your Cybersecurity Defense Strategy

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The risk of an attack is always present, as cyber criminals seek passwords and credentials to enter networks and applications in order to monitor and steal critical data.
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While the timetable of migration has been slowed by security concerns, the U.S. Federal government remains dedicated to cloud computing and has identified several opportunities enabled by the technology. Specifically, cloud client-computing architectures have the potential to significantly enhance the productivity and efficiency of public sector organizations, both in the United States and around the world. For government agencies, desktop virtualization coupled with thin or zero client endpoints is a way to reduce endpoint downtime and increase user flexibility to enable an increasingly mobile workforce.

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