You’ve got more choices than most people know what to do with. Open season is underway, so you’ve got to pick something between now and Dec. 11.
With lags in funding and new technology in need of testing, the U.S. Census Bureau has it’s work cut out for it.
Following a two-year effort, this collection of facilities has an updated website where you can find information about all of them.
In today’s Federal Newscast, Republican leaders on the House Natural Resources Committee have written to President DonaldTrump in support of an Interior Department re-organization that would move more its employees to Western states.
If you decide to protest, don’t try to keep details of the performance reviews from the court. The judges don’t like that.
The Veterans Affairs Department has a few more details about its 10-year contract with Cerner Corporation with a new, interoperable electronic health record with the Defense Department.
The intelligence community is doing what other organizations do when under siege — they burnish their image.
Accenture Federal and the Partnership for Public Service have issued what they call a blueprint for leading lasting technology reforms.
For people buying and using information technology for the Defense Department, the 2018 NDAA has lots to say about procurement and bid protests.
Six agencies received lower grades from the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee on their latest IT acquisition reform report cards.
In part two of a two-part special report, “Is splitting the security clearance process destined for failure?” Federal News Radio explains how a series of poor decisions and mismanagement led to today’s investigative backlog.
A provision in the annual defense bill mandates a new Pentagon analysis of current personnel policies and whether they’re harming officer retention.
This week on Capitol Hill look for that conference report on the National Defense Authorization Act and more debate on tax reform.
It may not be a household word, but a set of standards called DMARC can really improve email security by cutting out the possibility of fakery.
Tom Temin is the host of The Federal Drive, 6 a.m.-10 a.m. on 1500 AM in the Washington, D.C. region and online everywhere. Tom has 30 years experience in journalism, mostly in technology markets.
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