Public vs. private pay, management training and probationary period lengths were at the center of a discussion on how the federal workforce has gone wrong and how the problems might get fixed.
While the safety record of the FAA-operated air traffic control system leads the world, stakeholders are concerned about the slow pace of technological upgrades.
All agencies are required to designate a senior official at the assistant secretary level to oversee records management policy, but not all have.
An ambitious deadline to transition U.S. control over a key piece of global Internet architecture to an international multi-stakeholder group will likely not be met.
"You can't manage what you can't measure," was the message delivered by Sen. Tom Carper.
Once a "poster child for IT," the IRS's high-profile problems are now all too similar to those experienced by other agencies.
Mike Rogers, the former chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, weighed in on the growing Russian and Chinese threats to U.S. assets in cyberspace.
The chairman and ranking member of the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee want to know more about TSP's cybersecurity.
Legislation can accomplish only so much when up against "an instinct of secrecy," says Sen. Chuck Grassley.
The chairman of the Senate Commerce Committee wants to know if any personal or policy information was stolen.
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