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CSRA’s John Dancy: Targeted, Measured Approach to Help Drive Gov’t Website Safety, Accessibility

John Dancy

TYSONS CORNER, VA, April 6, 2017 — John Dancy, chief information officer of CSRA (NYSE: CSRA), has said federal agencies should adopt a targeted approach to address accessibility and security challenges associated with government websites, ExecutiveBiz reported Tuesday.

He wrote in a guest piece published Monday that agencies should look into website asset visibility, asset management and vulnerability management.

“By taking a targeted and measured approach, agencies can make great strides in a short amount of time to ensure their websites are safe and accessible to all,” Dancy said.

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