Jonathan Alboum, the Agriculture Department’s chief information officer, is being transferred to the deputy senior procurement executive role.
Along with Danny Toler, Dave DeVries, OPM’s CIO, is leaving government service and Grant Schneider takes on additional duties at the NSC.
Rob Foster will join the National Credit Union Administration as its deputy CIO.
More than 11 million people around the globe are living with the AIDS-HIV thanks to antiretroviral therapy supported by the U.S. government
The Senate has confirmed President Donald Trump’s choice to be the Energy Department’s No. 2 official
Richard Staropoli, the Homeland Security Department’s chief information officer, announced he is leaving after three months on the job.
Senate overwhelmingly confirms President Donald Trump’s choice to replace James Comey as head of the FBI
George Nesterczuk, President Donald Trump’s nominee to be the director of the Office of Personnel Management, has been waiting to be confirmed since May.
Modern life would be impossible without chemicals — yet many chemicals are dangerous. The EPA has a longstanding program for evaluating those risks and providing regulations. Dr. Jeffery Morris, director of the office of pollution prevention and toxics at the EPA, joined Federal Drive with Tom Temin to discuss a 2015 law — the Lautenberg Chemical Safety for the 21st Century — that imposes a new risk management approach to chemical safety for the agency.
Sonny Bhagowalia, the Treasury Department’s chief information officer, has moved to the Bureau of Fiscal Service to work on cyber and IT projects. But some say he may be the first of many career CIOs who will be moved out of their positions in the coming months or year.
The General Services Administration announced four long-time members of the OASIS professional services program are moving to FedSIM. The decision caught industry off guard and created concerns about the long-term health of the $4 billion multiple award contract.
Former director of the Office of Government Ethics Walter Shaub stepped down, questioning the way he handled his feud over conflict of interest issues with President Donald Trump. But others call him the conscience of the government for doing what’s right in fighting to maintain the public trust.
White House press secretary Sean Spicer has resigned his position, ending a tumultuous six-month period as one of the major voices of the Trump administration.
The Office of Government Ethics announced that its general counsel will be taking the helm, and replacing former director Walter Shaub.