A few big agencies have restricted telework in recent months, and those new policies appear to be playing out, according to data from the Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey.
The Department of Homeland Security announced the formation of a new task force focused on supply chain threats to information and communications technology.
A senior intelligence official said the current backlog of about 600,000 security clearance investigations could be cut in half in spring of 2019.
An industry analysis suggests the Department of Homeland Security will likely tap the governmentwide telecom vehicle to update its current capability.
The winners are the Department of Labor, the General Services Administration and, for the second time, the Department of Agriculture.
Executives from a dozen agencies share the misconceptions they face when it comes to revamping government IT.
Employee engagement saw a slight bump in 2018 over last year, but overall employee happiness stagnated, according to the newest Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey results.
While vendors and federal managers try to paint a future of "high value work," some are starting to acknowledge that robotic process automation could lead to job losses in the federal workforce.
Frustrated by the break in contract negotiations, federal employees and union members picketed outside the Department of Health and Human Services.
Artificial intelligence is foundational to the ongoing work of improving government data quality, federal CIO Suzette Kent said at an Oct. 24 technology conference.
Two senior Republicans on the House Appropriations Committee want the Pentagon's internal watchdog to open an investigation into the agency's ongoing $10 billion cloud procurement.
Dan Chenok digs into government's history of IT-driven transformation.