Virginia Republican Randy Forbes argues that the Pentagon has absorbed far more than its share of budget cuts. But will his congressional colleagues listen?
John Ray’s federal civilian career spanned seven presidencies and predated the personal computer.
Joe Jordan will become president of public sector at FedBid.
Alejandro Mayorkas is under investigation by the department’s IG, but Democrats said there is nothing to the charges and refused to delay a vote until the probe is complete.
Happy holidays -- you have 10 more days to make your nominations!
Mike Hettinger is a former Hill staffer and executive at the Software and Information Industry Association.
Kurt DelBene will take over from Jeff Zients, who will soon assume the directorship of the National Economic Council.
One of the finalists would allow for customs payments via credit card; another would provide online tracking of vets’ mail prescriptions.
Former Pentagon General Counsel Jeh Johnson won Senate approval on a 78-16 vote.
The awards honor individuals whose talents, leadership and dedication make federal IT better.
Confirmation had been slowed by an unrelated dispute over providing information to Congress about the A-10 program.
The former DHS CIO will lead Resilient Network Systems, a San Francisco-based Internet software company.
The Army Enterprise Email Migrations Team was a big winner in the DOD CIO awards.
Deltek's annual holiday party brought together five current and former Commerce Department IT leaders.
Alexander's planned retirement offers a chance to reorganize, but the changes required are anything but simple.
Christine Fox, DOD's former director of cost assessment and program evaluation (and a real-life inspiration for "Top Gun"), will temporarily replace Ashton Carter.
ITI is seeking dismissal of TechAmerica's lawsuit alleging misconduct by the rival that hired three of its senior procurement lobbyists.
It's December already -- which means the Fed 100 nomination deadline is fast approaching.
The National Federation of Federal Employees president is predicting another shutdown come January.
Confirmation by the full Senate is expected, but could be slowed by procedural moves aimed at getting more information about the administration's border security plans.
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