The Army Cyber Center of Excellence became fully operational on Aug. 9 and published in April its first doctrine for how it fights in cyberspace to include electronic warfare.
Reps. Scott Perry (R-Pa.) and J. Luis Correa (D-Calif.) expressed their “continued frustration” with the Homeland Security Department’s rollout of a unified system to track employees’ training and performance.
A group of lawyers is encouraging the Office of Special Counsel to take special notice of the senior executive reassignments at the Interior Department, out of fear they could have dangerous implications for the future of the civil service.
The FBI arrested Pingan Yu, who they say is a malware broker in the People’s Republic of China.
Everybody in your office under 40 could disappear, if federal agencies decide to implement a reduction in force in order to cut staff under the president’s proposed budget.
What can be done to improve and speed up the process for granting security clearances to federal workers and contractors? Find out when Evan Lesser, president of ClearanceJobs.com, joins host Derrick Dortch on this week’s Fed Access. September 15, 2017
More than 3,500 people submitted applications ahead of the Homeland Security Department’s latest major hiring event.
Comptroller General Gene Dodaro urges agencies to consider GAO’s management recommendations as they implement their reform plans.
More than 200,000 U.S. Postal Service employees have just received their first two catch-up cost-of-living adjustments, and will soon receive their third COLA.
Involuntary moves can negatively affect employee morale, cause increased Senior Executive Service turnover and may hamper SES hiring.
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.
A civilian Defense Department employee’s spouse asks why buyouts aren’t being offered more readily to the 77,000 federal employees who are ready to retire.
In today’s Federal Newscast, two senators are questioning how the Trump administration hired non-confirmed political appointees at the EPA and the Council on Environmental Quality.