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Judiciary Addresses Cybersecurity Breach: Extra Safeguards to Protect Sensitive Court Records

Judiciary Addresses Cybersecurity Breach: Extra Safeguards to Protect Sensitive Court Records

After the recent disclosure of widespread cybersecurity breaches of both private sector and government computer systems, federal courts are immediately adding new security procedures to protect highly sensitive confidential documents filed with the courts.
Source: Courts
Judiciary Addresses Cybersecurity Breach: Extra Safeguards to Protect Sensitive Court Records

Duff to Retire as Administrative Office Director; Judge Mauskopf Named as Successor

Duff to Retire as Administrative Office Director; Judge Mauskopf Named as Successor

James C. Duff has announced he will retire as the director of the Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts on Jan. 31. Chief Justice John G. Roberts, Jr., has appointed Chief Judge Roslynn R. Mauskopf, of the Eastern District of New York, as his successor, effective Feb. 1.
Source: Courts
Duff to Retire as Administrative Office Director; Judge Mauskopf Named as Successor

Judicial Security Legislation Stalls, Awaits Congressional Action in 2021

Judicial Security Legislation Stalls, Awaits Congressional Action in 2021

On Wednesday afternoon, the United States Senate considered but failed to act on the Daniel Anderl Judicial Security and Privacy Act of 2020, legislation that would enhance the security protections for federal judges nationwide.
Source: Courts
Judicial Security Legislation Stalls, Awaits Congressional Action in 2021

What’s the Difference Between Government Grants and Loans?

What’s the Difference Between Government Grants and Loans?

Are you looking to get help paying for your education? Does your non-profit organization need financial assistance to complete a community project? The government offers financial help, but you may not know what’s available and where to find it.
Source: dotgov
What’s the Difference Between Government Grants and Loans?

Judges Bring Students and Their Families an Inside Look at The Bill of Rights

Judges Bring Students and Their Families an Inside Look at The Bill of Rights

Students and parents across the Midwest gathered around computer screens set up at kitchen tables, desks, and couches to join federal judges and volunteer attorneys in an educational celebration of the Bill of Rights in advance of its Dec. 15 anniversary.
Source: Courts
Judges Bring Students and Their Families an Inside Look at The Bill of Rights

Judicial and Legislative Branches to Continue Discussions on Judiciary Case Management Bill

Judicial and Legislative Branches to Continue Discussions on Judiciary Case Management Bill

The Judicial Conference of the United States expressed its opposition to the version of a bill passed by the House this week, saying it “will have devastating budgetary and operational impact on the Judiciary and our ability to serve the public” by imposing radical and costly changes on the Third Branch’s electronic case management system without adequate funding.
Source: Courts
Judicial and Legislative Branches to Continue Discussions on Judiciary Case Management Bill