The Justice Department’s latest press release doesn’t do justice to what has occurred in the now-infamous “Fat Leonard” case.
President Donald Trump’s reorganization order is a little different. His stated objective is for government to do less.
In national security, the rotten apples have a lot more potential to do damage than they might in, say, Agriculture or Education.
I’m always inspired by people who really have the right to whine, but don’t. People like GPO’s Beth Ann Telford.
Maybe President Trump should give his 30-day cybersecurity review a little more time now.
Our hunger for more guidance from the Trump administration stems from what we’re used to from the last 24 years of administrations.
For more than 20 years we’ve had administrations keeping the pressure on moving government into the online age.
It takes people, people with knowledge, skill and planning to get new plans through government.
The GAO High-Risk List indicates management weaknesses, but refrains from ascribing evil motives or impugning people’s integrity.
Cars coming from Mexico can reach half the world’s market with no tariffs, twice as much as cars built in the U.S.
Hackers aren’t very nice to the hacked, and this case was no exception. A hacker group invaded a dark web server and withdrew dozens of gigabytes of data.
This fed spent the night with his girlfriend — in an official Bureau of Land Management trailer.
Hint: It was in the works before a demanding tweet from the president-elect.
In the case of Centcom intelligence, ultimately, the complainant’s complaints simply didn’t stand up.
Regulation and deregulation have been a ceaseless process at least since the Carter administration.