More than 35,000 State Department employees voiced concerns to management about some of the changes being proposed under its agency reorganization.
Chief information security officers oversee a cybersecurity workforce that deals with everything from foreign hackers to disgruntled insiders.
Budget uncertainty is running higher than ever. One technique lots of agencies use near the end of a fiscal year is reverse auctions.
The second ramming of a Navy ship this summer brings the total loss of life to 17 sailors.
The budget and the looming debt ceiling top Congress’ to-do list, but will members get bogged down with items like the population of Statuary Hall?
The Energy Department awarded contracts to six companies for research and development into overcoming obstacles that so far have prevented exascale computers from being built.
In Defense terms, operating military bands doesn’t take a major outlay of money or personnel. But they can be a visible sign of both military pride and waste.
The next wave in national security superiority will come from something that’s been talked about for decades but is only now coming into its own —artificial intelligence.
David Eagles, the COO of HUD, said senior leadership is committed to an engaged process to improve the agency.
Lessons learned from a very big, but very short event.
Lured by Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan, the Baltimore Cyber Range has helped the city become a center for cybersecurity training.
Bringing federal agencies together to save money by sharing administrative services, that’s a lot like herding cats.
The Homeland Security Department’s Science and Technology Directorate is working on technologies to enable earlier flood warnings than is now possible.
The Trump administration is considering closing the State Department’s Office of Global Criminal Justice.
The Forest Service uses planes in wildfire suppression. The specs for one such plane landed the agency in the thicket of a protest.