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Report finds agencies still weak in FISMA requirements

In a world with increasing numbers of cyber attacks, a Government Accountability Office report found that federal agencies still come up short in securing their information. GAO found that reports of security-related incidents on federal information systems increased by 782 percent over the past six years.

White House White Board: What Obamacare Means for You

The Affordable Care Act - also known as Obamacare - means better coverage for those who already have health insurance, and more options for those who don’t, including a new way to shop for affordable, high-quality coverage.

Watch the latest White House White Board to learn more about what the law means for you.

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West Wing Week 09/27/13 or, "42 44"

Welcome to this week's West Wing Week. This week we take you from Pennsylvania Ave. to the heartland of America, from the Rocky Mountains, to the Big Apple and south of the border for a packed week of travel with the President and Vice President.

 

Introducing White House Shareables

Whether it's with an infographic or a White Board video, we're always looking for new ways to highlight the work President Obama is doing on behalf of the American people in a way that's interesting and easy to understand.

Earlier today, we released our latest feature in that effort: White House Sharables. Head over and take a look some of our favorite content in one easy-to-navigate page. You can sort by the issues important to you, or the type of content you'd like to see.

Check out the page -- and get sharing.

Advanced Manufacturing Partnership Steering Committee '2.0' Launches to Move Our Manufacturing Agenda Forward

Manufacturing is a central pillar of the President’s agenda to create middle class jobs and grow the economy given its importance for the durability of our industries and the strength of our innovation.

This past July, in a speech at the Brookings Institution, Director of the National Economic Council Gene Sperling outlined the case for a manufacturing renaissance in the United States – and the essential role of policy in ensuring that we take advantage of the wind at our back to drive a manufacturing renaissance.

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