Total Workplace program will modernize the federal workforce while reducing costs for office space and energy, GSA argues.
Progress has been made on information-sharing, officials say, but 'obviously, we're not there fully.'
Despite progress, DHS's acquisition programs still cost too much and run late too often, lawmakers charge.
Memo from Sylvia Mathews Burwell includes guidance on IT systems, contracts and other key questions.
Aaron Alexis, the assailant in a shooting rampage at the Navy Yard, had been awarded a security clearance despite a past that should have raised red flags. Now the DOD, the Navy and an independent board will examine the process by which the clearances are evaluated.
Five organizations working to develop and pilot identity protection and verification systems have earned a funding boost.
An industry group objects to the price reduction clause in GSA Schedule contracts.
Superconductor technology may allow an expansion of computing speed while reducing power demands.
DHS finds a replacement for Richard Spires, while FEMA welcomes a NASA veteran.
Department privacy officials argues that some IG policy recommendations are unrealistic and would be ineffective.
Service eyes reorganization among other strategies to shield its top priorities from spending cuts.
Users should hold off on a standard approved years ago while NIST and the public get another chance to evaluate it.