If Congress can't come up with a way to continue funding the federal government by Oct. 1, many people won't notice much difference, at first. But it won't take long for the consequences to grow more dire.
Even with many security measures automated, widespread furloughs would create vulnerabilities.
Agencies have improved compliance with FISMA requirements, but checking all the boxes has not translated into taking full advantage of the enhancements that are available.
Who can work -- and when they'll get paid -- depends on a complex mix of factors, experts say.
Federal IT employees are unsure which of them will be spared from furloughs if the government shuts down Oct. 1.
NOAA is still trying to decide which personnel would be subject to furlough.
A survey reveals that many federal security professionals find the framework inadequate and outdated.
In the digital age, just what constitutes voluntary work?
A federal contractor offers his view of how agencies can streamline the procurement process and get the solutions they need from industry.
After having its first protest rejected, Aljucar, Anvil-Incus & Co. is taking another shot.
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