Attention and criticism have focused on the proposed org-chart changes, Alan Balutis notes, but the real opportunities lie elsewhere.
The long-time chief of the General Services Administration's IT security program retired at the end of June to move halfway around the world.
As the U.S. looks to go on the offense in the cyber domain, critical questions remain unanswered around who will take the lead and how clearly to draw the rules of engagement.
The Justice Department acknowledged that a news release connecting a loan fraud case with the massive data theft of employee data at OPM was "premature."
A prototype aims to provide an "integrated case management solution" as a shared service for investigative users.
The strategy emphasizes the need for culture shift, formalized development processes and innovation to modernize legacy defense systems.
The General Services Administration wants to fill a senior executive position that provides strategic vision for its Telecommunications Services program.
The White House wants to make the current temporary head of DHS' science and technology directorate its official leader.
The White House rolled out procedures it requires agencies to use to implement three executive orders aimed at performance improvement, dismissal of problem employees and managing unions.
Three senior Republicans on the House Energy and Commerce Committee want the Environmental Protection Agency to get a better handle on its contractor workforce.
The new Order Level Materials ordering upgrade to schedule contracts can speed up agency buys.
Section 809 Panel Chair David Drabkin and Commissioner N. Ross Thompson III explained how their latest report on streamlining acquisition could help the DOD with workforce woes.