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'The US Government Just Launched a Big Push to Fill Cybersecurity Jobs …' by Liam Tung

Liam Tung writes the following for ZDNet:

The US Department of Homeland Security [DHS], a key cybersecurity agency, has just announced a new system that will help it recruit, develop and retrain cybersecurity pros in the federal government. 

The DHS’s new recruitment system, dubbed the Cybersecurity Talent Management System (CTMS), launches amid a tight labor market for cybersecurity professionals who are in extremely high demand and can therefore command big salaries. …

It hopes the new system will help it hunt for and can keep talent for mission critical-critical roles, with the aim of hiring 150 priority roles across 2022. …

The first roles to be filled using CTMS will be ‘high-priority’ jobs at CISA and the DHS Office of the chief information officer. Then in 2022, DHS Cybersecurity Service jobs will be available across several DHS agencies with a cybersecurity mission, says DHS.

The CTMS salary range has an upper limit of the vice president’s salary ($255,800 in 2021), plus an extended range for use in limited circumstances, which has an upper limit of $332,100 in 2021.

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