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Virginia headed back to the office

Virginia Gov. Glenn Youngkin on Thursday issued an executive order that will end the broad telework policy that the commonwealth’s employees have been operating under since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic more than two years ago. The order will see nearly all Virginia government workers back at their offices by July 5, with exceptions granted only if employees get approval from their agency leaders or other high-ranking officials. Benjamin Freed reports.

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The waiting game

The 2021 infrastructure law's state and local cybersecurity grants were on everyone's mind at the NASCIO midyear conference last week, and even though states are working out how they'll administer the program, perhaps the biggest question outstanding is when CISA will publish its guidance, and what that guidance will say about what states can provide to local governments. “What we’re asking CISA is if states can offer services to locals,” Michigan CIO Laura Clark said. Ben has details.

Who's minding the crypto?

A steep rise in hackers and fraudsters targeting the cryptocurrency industry — with more than $1 billion already stolen this year, according to some estimates — is putting U.S. regulators on the offensive, CyberScoop's Tonya Riley reports. The SEC said last week its going to double its staff and resources working on cryptocurrency crimes, while some state financial regulators, like New York's, are also increasing their efforts. Read more on CyberScoop.


Sink or Swim? How to manage the swell of FOIA requests

Since the public has become more aware of their rights to submit Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests, government clerks and agency offices have seen a dramatic increase in workloads. Workflow automation tools can help improve customer experience and interagency communication, explains JustFOIA’s Larry Davidson. Watch the full interview. 

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