Among the as-yet uncompleted tasks is a new rule to help stave off counterfeit electronic parts.
Around this time last year, when hospitals and healthcare providers were dealing with the WannaCry malware virus, Steve Curren sprang into action.
The Army had to reassess its recruiting goals this year after realizing it would not be able to recruit 80,000 soldiers.
Congress has taken an interest in figuring out ways to regulate some of the third-party ticket vendors you may have used to gain admittance to anything from an NFL game to a Broadway show.
The Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility sued for information only to find out the Trump administration kept no formal records.
The Government Accountability Office’s director of contracting and national security acquisition issues said the market has evolved from mostly hardware to service contracts.
The survey is being administered as a census and includes a pair of pilot programs designed to improve the survey in future years.
Despite their factions, Democrats and Republicans appear unified in their disdain for the latest Farm Bill.
Paul Scharre is a senior fellow at the Center for a New American Security, which dug into the findings.
Since December suppliers to the Department of Defense have faced new cybersecurity requirements — at least those who know it.
How is the mission of the U.S. Customs and Border Protection’s Office of Field Operations?What are CBP’s key strategic priorities? How is CBP pursuing innovative security strategies? Join host Michael Keegan as he explores these questions and more with John Wagner, Deputy Executive Assistant Commissioner, Office of Field Operations, U.S. Customs and Border Protection.
The Trump administration’s latest executive order dealing with information technology gives chief information officers more authority and more access to agency heads.
The care provided by Veterans Affairs hospitals is generally superior to that of other hospitals is among the findings from a deep dive conducted by the RAND Corporation.
Longer probation, shorter appeal deadlines, arbitrary pay for performance, they’ve already hit some federal employees and might be headed your say.