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The future of mobile voting

With the acknowledgment that mobile voting is gradually becoming more common across U.S. elections, a think tank at the University of California, Berkeley announced Wednesday it’s assembling a group of cybersecurity experts and former election officials to study the controversial practice and develop guidelines for its future use. “Given where technology is today, this is something that if it’s going to be used and used more widely, we need to make sure it’s used in the right way," former DHS Secretary Janet Napolitano, who's leading the working group, told StateScoop. Benjamin Freed reports.

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U.S. Digital Response boss lands at GSA

The General Services Administration has appointed Raylene Yung as executive director of the Technology Modernization Fund, FedScoop's John Hewitt Jones reports. She joins the organization after stepping down as CEO of the nonprofit U.S. Digital Response, which she helped to found in March 2020. Yung’s appointment comes as the TMF has received a $1 billion injection of capital from the American Rescue Plan. Read more on FedScoop

Oregon IT audit highlights cyber policy gaps

A recent audit of Oregon's Enterprise Information Services division found that the tech agency needs to improve its governance of cybersecurity across the state government. State CIO Terrence Woods said he agreed with the intent of the recommendations, but that his office is sometimes challenged by a “unique” arrangement in which cybersecurity is centralized under his office, while overall IT operations remain decentralized. Colin Wood had the story.


How Zoom is helping agencies to reimagine government services

Government, court and community officials are seeing how the need for video communications during the pandemic has opened up new ways of conducting civic activities and has served as a catalyst for rethinking citizen engagement. Read more from Matt Mandrgoc.

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