Today’s guests on the Federal News Countdown: –Stan Soloway, President and CEO, Professional Services Council –Lisa Mascolo, former Managing Director, US Federal Client Service Group—Health & Public Service, Accenture
Thousands of British schools will close and travelers will face long lines at airport immigration Thursday when three quarters of a million workers go on strike – the first blast in what unions hope will be a summer of discontent against the cost-cutting government’s austerity plans.
Federal contractors whose information systems contain unclassified Defense Department information would have to safeguard that information from unauthorized access and notify DOD of any breaches under a proposed rule published today.
The region’s biggest economic generator — the federal government — is stalling.
Roughly 11,000 fewer Washingtonians were employed in May compared with April as the area’s unemployment rate ticked up to 5.7 percent, according to data released Wednesday by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.