Survey shows pockets of employee confidence at certain agencies, but lower morale is common.
The United States and Russia put aside differences on some issues to join forces in cyberspace.
Twelve years after a presidential directive called for identification cards incorporating biometrics, federal efforts have lagged.
A memorandum puts some additional controls on contracting data, but transparency advocates say it falls far short of a possible legislative remedy.
No matter how much security technology an agency has, the human factor is hard to predict.
As part of a contract for cardholder support services, the defense agency gets access to the proprietary code.
Dan Gordon's study shows that protests are less frequent, more beneficial than critics claim.
Stacie Boyd, branch chief for security, architecture, policy and plans at the NSF's Office of Information and Resource Management's Division of Information Systems, has 'risen at every job she's done,' says Dan Chenok.
Through his varied career that includes congressional staff positions, the private-sector and agencies, Brubaker has pursued a singular goal: government efficiency and lower costs.
Steve Kelman finds the frustrations and opportunities for improvement are remarkably constant, whether the contract is for high-end IT or improved food services.
FCC chairman nominee urged to commit to reducing federal communications spectrum.
Vote set for next week on acting GSA administrator's nomination to take the role permanently.