April 05, 2013
by GovInfo Security

The White House is criticizing a provision in a new law that requires four federal agencies to identify cyber-espionage and sabotage risks newly acquired technology might pose even though President Obama signed the legislation.

The president is joining with others in expressing concern that the provision would make it much tougher for the agencies to acquire technology to secure their information systems.

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