Federal labor unions are holding OPM accountable and fighting for workers after breaches exposed personal data – but did union bargaining help leave government systems vulnerable in the first place?
Sen. Charles Grassley and the Defense Department have traded letters over the alleged mistreatment of former Defense Information Systems Agency Comptroller Jimaye Sones.
A key House subcommittee with broad oversight of government management will be getting a new chairman.
Handling difficult people at all levels starts with taking a more positive approach to the challenge.
The scope of the Office of Personnel Management breaches remains unclear as personal information exposure notifications continue to reach current and former feds.
Coding boot camps feed the need for talented programmers in the public and private sectors, and are becoming a booming business themselves.
"Nine months ago we had 75 agency customers. We still have 75 agency customers," says former OFPP head Joe Jordan.
The intelligence authorization bill would, the White House says, leave the Cyber Threat Intelligence Integration Center with too broad a set of responsibilities and a dearth of resources.
A GAO report says an inability to effectively implement agile and open source techniques contributed to delays and added a billion dollars to an immigration processing system's price tag.
The 18-page RFQ aims to establish a common contracting vehicle for agencies seeking vendors specializing in agile delivery services.
News and notes from around the federal IT community.
HHS internal watchdog recommends automated IT for advance payments under the health care law.