The Agriculture Department issued a new policy that requires employees to be in the office at least four days per week thus limiting telework to two days per pay period.
GSA, OMB held a listening session for federal employees, contractors to begin to develop an implementation plan for an e-commerce portal.
Mike Hermus and Jeanne Etzel are leaving as the Homeland Security Department’s CTO and senior IT adviser, respectively.
The Army is getting rid of its early retirement program as it ramps up its end strength.
The Navy wants sailors to phone home less when it comes to fixing ships, and instead be more self-sufficient.
The Coast Guard has some of the best retention numbers in the military, but how is it doing it?
Federal News Radio obtained a draft of an executive order seeking to give CIOs new hiring authorities and IT governance.
Two vendors expanded the scope of the bid protests of GSA’s $50 billion IT services multiple award contract by going to federal court.
News about DoD’s Common Access Card, IT modernization and cybersecurity were the most popular notebook items last year.
The Navy will no longer discharge sailors who fail its physical fitness assessment, and is cancelling early-out programs that let sailors leave the military voluntarily, steps officials say are required by a “growing Navy.”
Audit finds more than 250 ways in which DoD’s Qatar base violates the department’s own safety standards, similar to recent findings at other overseas installations.
Lawmakers and military analysts weigh in on the most important personnel and readiness issues for 2018.
The National Security Strategy finds some familiar rivals in China, Russia, North Korea and Iran.
Military households will only see a $10 increase on average in basic allowance for housing pay.