Federal mobility efforts are advancing fast, but discussions keep coming back to unresolved security issues. ATF's Rick Holgate suggests that agencies are making progress.
Congress only has until Jan. 2, 2013, to stop the oncoming train of forced budget cuts.
The Republican party's platform details plans for the federal workforce, including changes to pay and a vision for a smaller government.
The Professional Services Council has run some numbers on the likely cost of sequestration's first year.
Only months from deadline, federal agencies are as unprepared as ever for massive budget cuts. What's the holdup?
In the United States, cultural and political opposition to a national identity card is all but insurmountable. Yet the need for a workable solution grows more pressing by the day.
Although EPA's six-month delay at informing people involved in a data breach drew criticism, the requirements for notification leave something to be desired.
More than 100,000 Defense Department employees could lose their jobs to budget cuts early next year, according to a new analysis.
A congressional committee makes GSA conference cost the benchmark for potential excessive spending.
Despite the potential danger of the cyber threat and a rising chorus of voices urging action, the government seems to be making only halting progress. There are several reasons for that, and no easy solutions.
Agencies considering a policy for employees to bring their own devices now have a toolkit as aid.
A cloud platform solves some problems but introduces new security risks. Richard Moulds provides strategies for addressing them.