It's unclear whether emergency measures to stem coronavirus' spread will affect DOD's roll out of its unified cybersecurity standard, but mitigation efforts will likely rely on teleconferencing for training.
As coronavirus measures tighten, many agencies are looking to offer workplace flexibilities for all employees regardless of previous eligibility.
A Sunday evening memo ahead of a potentially chaotic commute urges agency heads to pivot to telework as much as possible.
The Defense Department expanded its travel ban with new restrictions on domestic travel civilian and military personnel.
Federal employees are recommended against domestic travel to conduct agency business, except for trips deemed mission-critical.
As more agencies are forced to move employees to telework, some will face initial growing pains.
Not every agency will be ready to flip the switch from F2F to WFH, according to experts and former officials.
The agency is looking to bolster its technical capabilities to identify foreign propaganda online that targets specific audiences in the U.S.
Feds in frontline, public-facing roles are especially vulnerable.
The Defense Department is restricting non-essential travel abroad for servicemembers and the civilian workforce.
Citing health concerns, the General Services Administration cancelled its April flagship training conference.
The coronavirus pandemic is forcing a conversation about how to mitigate supply chain risks associated with outsourcing and globalization.