With an increase in complaints and passage of new legislation, Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) tells GAO it’s time to review the Office of Special Counsel.
Alex Howard of the Sunlight Foundation discusses the legislation now being negotiated to codify new reforms to the Freedom of Information Act.
DoD agencies involved in cybersecurity review have adopted an on-going process to assess threats and possibilities for secure internet communications.
In the highly competitive delivery industry, the U.S. Post Office uses any medium that will give it a marketing advantage with residential and business customers.
The national commission charged with coming up with ideas to reform the VA health care system is calling for “bold” changes. Its main proposals are vigorously opposed by the government’s largest employee union.
The Medicare Fraud Strike Force is using advance data analysis to search for clues left by those whose fraudulently bilk taxpayers out of billions of dollars every year.
The Defense Information Security Agency opens a $100 million facility near St. Louis to be the center for operating the infrastructure and services of the DoD’s information network.
The Office of Personnel Management’s retirement claims backlog rose by five percent in August, even as the claims it received declined by 26 percent.
The breach of security at the National Security Agency should be red flag to all IT professionals. All government agencies have vulnerabilities, and should ensure their cyber networks are regularly maintained.
DHS Science and Technology chief Dr. Reginald Brothers discusses the need to leverage all sources of innovation to stave-off future threats of terrorism.