Telework is underused by the federal government and could boost employee productivity, argues a new study.
Non-compliant cloud providers could cause an oversight problem for the agencies they serve, but beyond that the repercussions remain in flux.
Among the background checks performed by USIS were those on intelligence community contractor Edward Snowden and Navy Yard shooter Aaron Alexis.
As cyber staffing shortages put pressure on the public and private sectors, many employers are showing little patience for job seekers with entry-level skills.
Legislation would create a Government Transformation Board empowered to impose its will on recalcitrant agencies.
The recommendations would represent a more decisive step than reform efforts outlined by the president earlier this week.
The upcoming NIST cyber framework will provide some structure, but a new report says additional measures will be needed to implement a comprehensive management plan for federal IT security.
Margie Graves has been a behind-the-scenes force for DHS since 2003. Last year, however, brought newfound visibility -- not all of it welcome.
Richard Spires explains how agencies can plan for an orderly and forward-looking consolidation.
The Army is planning to combine multiple training programs into a single environment to cut overhead costs.
The Mobile Work Exchange has released a guide to telework success, developed in conjunction with OPM.
Hewlett Packard, Northrop Grumman, Knowledge Consulting and Technica won the initial task orders.