Federal Manager's Daily Report

The House has approved two bills already passed by the Senate, clearing them to be signed into law. They are:

*  S-2201, to create a standardized training program to help federal employees responsible for purchasing services and equipment identify whether those products could compromise the federal government’s information security; order the GSA to create a supply chain security training program for federal officials with supply chain risk management responsibilities; and require OMB to develop guidance for federal agencies to adopt and use the training program and how to select officials to participate in the training.


*  S-1097, to boost career development opportunities for federal employees involved with cybersecurity by creating a rotational program allowing them to serve in other agencies.

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