- To examine the development, recruitment, and retention of the federal government’s IT and cybersecurity workforce.
- To discuss the potential for forming an industry-government rotational workforce.
- In 2015, 209,000 cybersecurity jobs went unfilled in the U.S., according to Intel.
- Modernizing the federal government’s IT not only requires investments in technology and acquisition reform, but also in the talent necessary to identify, operate, and innovate federal IT.
- The Government Accountability Office placed cybersecurity workforce issues on the 2017 High Risk List and recommended the federal government expand its cyber workforce and training efforts.
Witnesses and testimonies
|Mr. Steven Cooper||Former Chief Information Officer||U.S. Department of Commerce||Document|
|Ms. Elizabeth Hyman||Executive Vice President, Public Advocacy||CompTIA||Document|
|Ms. Lisa Depew||Head of Industry and Academic Outreach||Intel||Document|
|Mr. Dan Waddell||Managing Director||(ISC)2||Document|
|Mr. Nick Marinos||Assistant Director, Information Technology||Government Accountability Office||Document|
|Ms. Debora Plunkett||Board Member, Strategic Advisory Board||International Consortium of Minority Cybersecurity Professionals||Document|