Larry N. Sweet, Chief Information Officer

Larry Sweet, NASA CIOLarry N. Sweet is NASA’s Chief Information Officer. Mr. Sweet joined the NASA Office of the CIO (OCIO) in June 2013. Sweet leads the agency’s information technology efforts and capabilities. He is responsible for ensuring NASA’s information assets are in line with federal policies, procedures and legislation. He also manages a number of other major IT efforts, including the Information Technology Infrastructure Integration Program (I3P), which consolidates and integrates NASA’s IT services to enable collaboration and reduce costs to the agency. :::Read more:::

Utilizing Big Data/Advanced Analytics to Answer the Question: How Secure Are We?

Collaboration in Motion Information Technology security organizations are continually working to improve and evolve their support system for managing information security risk. At NASA, this support is provided to organizations, system owners, management, and program or project managers who are responsible for assessing the risk posture of their IT systems and the information they contain. Providing timely and meaningful information to these decision makers is a fundamental role of the IT security organization. But how should risk be assessed? Are annual IT security plan reviews adequate, or should we provide decision makers real-time updates of their system risks? ::: Read More :::

Making a Difference, Changing Lives – Repurposed Computers Provide a Library for London, CA!

Making a Difference, Changing Lives When JPL users complete their standard computer system subscription cycle, they return their equipment to Lockheed Martin (LM), JPL OCIO partner under the Desktop and Institutional Computing Environment (DICE) contract. Instead of being sent off for electronic recycling, these systems are cleaned, repurposed, and donated to schools and non-profit agencies across Los Angeles County and beyond. ::: Read More :::

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