GovConJudicata Weekly Debrief (4/20–24)
This week's Weekly Debrief covers several interesting topics, including CISA incorporating aspects of the CMMC into new guidance, a CMMC-AB RFP for continuous monitoring, State's intel via open-source data, Space acquisition, and a JEDI update.
"A Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency task force will release supply chain guidance that incorporates aspects of the Pentagon’s Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification program, a CISA official said."
"The accreditation body overseeing the Defense Department’s Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification program—the CMMC-AB—issued a request for proposal that provides insight into how the group plans to keep track of contractors outside of conducting physical audits."
"Before coronavirus pandemic, parts of the intelligence community were already preparing to deal with another major disruption to the way it does business: The rise of emerging technology."
"The Navy wants to rebuild its legacy networks but needs to speed up its acquisitions first, according to Aaron Weis, the military service's CIO."
"Senior Defense Department officials are reviewing a report on reforming space acquisitions, according to U.S. Space Force Vice Commander Lt. Gen. David Thompson, who added the report could be sent to Congress in the near future."
"A federal judge will allow the Department of Defense to reconsider certain aspects of its enterprise cloud procurement despite opposition from Amazon, according to a court decision filed April 17."
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