The new DHS program helps researchers collect data sets and test scenarios for potential cyber-related infrastructure events.
Leaving the military is hard enough without worrying about civilian employment. But there are initiatives to help Army vets get on their feet post-military.
The National Park Service has nearly $12 billion in maintenance backlog it needs to clear. Bob Wilbur, chief of the Park Facility Management Division, has a plan to tackle it.
The National Weather Service Employees Organization condemned the Weather service for allegedly spying on online union meetings in a complaint filed with Federal Labor Relations Authority.
The new FOIA Improvement Act puts pressure on contractors to protect their trade secrets. Jon Burd explains what contractors can do from the get-go to keep them safe.
A phenomenon called the “cyber caliphate” is producing ever-rising levels of cyber-attacks and real-world violence. ICIT’s James Scott has advice for how agencies can defend against and attack cyber-jihadists.
The Merit Systems Protection Board announced it’s launching the 2016 Merit Principles Survey to feds in July and August.
NAPA panel chair, Robert Shea, discusses how the presidential transition teams can avoid performance pitfalls through evidence-based approaches with some operational recommendations.
September is the make-it or break-it month for contractors to do business with agencies. But is it too late for them to make some cash in the fiscal fourth?
In today’s Top Federal headlines, new rules help gov’t hire more small business subcontractors, and GAO warns DoD and the VA don’t have a solid plan for e-record interoperability.
In today’s Top Federal headlines, a new bill gives agencies more options to hire new talent, and another major IT contract is stalled by protests.
In today’s Top Federal Headlines, the new FOIA Improvement Act won’t patch every hole in the information request process, and the Senate Armed Services Committee holds a closed door meeting on cybersecurity.
In today’s Top Federal Headlines, DoD asks Congress for supplemental funds to keep 3,000 troops in Afghanistan, and The Navy opens its bases to commercial wireless providers.
Imagine getting an email with images of all the physical mail that’ll be delivered to your home today. That’s just one of the innovations USPS is trying in a pilot program launched in New York City.