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CRITICAL READ WHAT: "Washington Must Work Harder to Spur the Public's Inter- est in Digital Government, "a report from Forrester Research. WHY: In a survey of more than 4,000 Americans, roughly one- third said they use the mail, the phone or in-person meetings to interact with the government and more than 40 percent use government websites. Beyond that, digital service use was "paltry. " Although most respon- dents said the federal govern- ment should offer more digital services, many don't trust the government with personal infor- mation or don't see the value of many digital services. Even tech-obsessed millennials prefer to interact with the government through old-fashioned means. Quality, not quantity, should guide future digital expan- sion, the report advises. Kill the unwanted social media accounts, improve the function- ality of existing digital services and build a "true federal Web portal" --- something more than half of Americans say they want. VERBATIM: "Just 30 percent of online adults with a cell phone or tablet are inter- ested in federal mobile apps that tailor safety alerts and other government informa- tion to the user's location, and only about 40 percent of online customers are interested in either a digital Social Security card or a single-sign-on credential for federal websites." FULL REPORT: is.gd/FCW_Forrester Trending of raw cyberthreat data is being made available in IBM's new cloud-based X-Force Exchange 700TB 10 May 30, 2015 FCW.COM The General Services Administration has stepped up efforts to encourage industry collaboration in the develop- ment of its massive next-generation telecommunications contract. In late April, the agency convened a public comment session on the Enter- prise Infrastructure Solutions (EIS) contract, which will be the foundation of the Network Services 2020 strategy for telecommunications services. The meeting was the rst of three aimed at working more closely with industry on the contract. Fred Haines, EIS program man- ager in GSA's Of ce of Network Ser- vices Programs, told FCW the initial meeting went well. "From comments received, our industry partners are sat- is ed with our initial outreach," he said. "Our expectations for the May 28 and June 30 sessions are to dive deeper into industry's comments and recommendations and report back our analysis." After issuing the EIS draft request for proposals in February, the agen- cy's mid-April comment deadline saw almost 1,600 comments and questions from industry and federal agencies concerning its RFP. "GSA is committed to make sure the RFP we release this summer is complete and addresses needs of government and industry," Amando Gavino Jr., director of GSA's Of ce of Network Services Programs, told FCW. "If that means we release the RFP later than July to take more time to analyze input and enhance the doc- ument, we will." --- Mark Rockwell GSA widens telecom collaboration efforts Join the conversation FCW uses Twitter to break news, eld questions and ask our own. Learn more at Twitter.com/FCWnow. 12:34 PM - 1 May 2015 IoT Attack @iotattack Reply Retweet Favorite #NIST ofcial: Internet of Things is indefensible - http://bit. ly/1GD0D4K #IoT #security via DARPartners
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