The intelligence community is doing what other organizations do when under siege — they burnish their image.
The bicycle commuter who flipped off President Trump’s motorcade worked as a federal contractor. When she was identified, her boss fired her.
Federal agencies strive for online service that matches the private sector, but sometimes private-sector service stinks.
Ping Look, the executive advisor for security and awareness at Optiv, says assurance in the authenticity of received email is becoming more difficult.
Crystal Philcox, assistant commissioner for operations at the General Services Administration’s Technology Transformation Service, is a good example of how federal service can run in families.
As the press for systems modernization and greater cybersecurity continue, expect more agencies to evaluate this technology.
FAA has moved painstakingly on drones. The Trump administration wants to speed things up.
Are cyber jobs being sold right? People stampede to apply for flight attendant jobs.
The new NPS anti-harassment policy has promise. But only with sustained effort.
The political popularity of a given administration seems to have low relation to FEVS scores.
If you’re looking for total vindication or a “smoking gun” of how the Trump administration acted during the presidential transition, it’s not here.
Maybe the IRS should issue an open challenge to modernize its master files.
Contractors can be held accountable if they fail to protect government information, but not data about commercial or personal customers.
Tom Price affairs leads to a little more transparency.