THE 2016 OUTLOOK IN GOVERNMENT COMPLIANCE - A GOVERNMENT PERSPECTIVE

BDO

Join us as BDO experts Marc Johnson and Robert Craig discuss emerging trends in compliance, the National Defense Authorization Act and what new things we will see coming from the DCAA and DCMA and other agencies related to Compliance for the balance of the year. Get a ‘sneak peak’ into the "3rd Annual Executive Seminar for Government Contractors," being held on April 28, 2016 in Tysons Corner, McLean, VA, from the moderator of the panel in this 30 minute complementary presentation.
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OTHER ON-DEMAND WEBINARS

Air Force Budget Priorities Briefing

Bloomberg Government

Join Bloomberg Government for a deep dive into the Air Force budget for fiscal year 2019 and beyond. BGOV analysts Chris Cornillie, Cameron Leuthy and Robert Levinson will examine where the money is going in Air, Space and Cyberspace capabilities. They’ll also look at R&D programs and investments in things like hypersonic, AI and directed energy and what they might indicate about future spending.

Commercial Item Determination Virtual Class

Public Contracting Institute

Contracting with the federal government can be expensive and burdensome. However, in 1995, Congress passed the Federal Acquisition Streamlining Act which simplified procedures and contract requirements for the procurement of commercial items.

Capitalizing on Government’s Data

Nextgov

The Obama administration’s policies on data have allowed federal agencies to collect and share more data than ever before, often with significant benefits to multiple stakeholders and the general public. In this viewcast, we’ll discuss several case studies in which the government is using existing data sets in profound ways. We’ll explore:

Rebooting Identity and Access Management: Why Government Needs More Strong Authentication

According to the White House, the majority of government cyber incidents in FY13 could have been prevented by two-factor, or strong authentication. Yet as of this past February, just 41% of civilian agencies had implemented it - even worse, numerous agencies had made no progress whatsoever. Without a comprehensive authentication system across enterprises, the government will be unable to implement the kind of real-time, technical attribution analysis that is necessary for effective deterrence. How can agencies provide stronger user authentication for employees without hindering business as usual? With a decade in the books and little to show for it, what does the future hold for the Federal Information Security Management Act, and how will it affect identity and access management across government?