About 72 percent of federal chief information officers said the majority of applications in their agencies are legacy systems, a new survey finds.

Less than half of respondents said that their agencies were “more effective at identifying and mitigating cyber risk today than we were a year ago,” according to the survey that polled about 300 staff members at 29 federal agencies.

The survey was conducted by the Professional Services Council, a contracting trade group.

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