The program officer in charge of the Department of Veterans Affairs shift to a commercial electronic health record offered some insight into the complexities of the move at a House hearing.
The House and the Senate voted Dec. 7 to extend government funding through Dec. 22 as appropriations negotiations continue.
In the midst of a reorg and modernization efforts, the Defense Department wants to lean on its experimental arm to cure procurement woes.
Sen. Richard Burr (R-N.C.) dropped some hints about what the Senate Intelligence Committee will recommend to protect election infrastructure.
A dozen members of Congress from both sides of the aisle are pressing the president to align proposed federal pay increases for military and civilian employees.
Kirstjen Nielsen, a former top aide to White House Chief of Staff John Kelly, was confirmed to lead the Department of Homeland Security, while Emily Murphy was confirmed as administrator of the General Services Administration.
A stopgap funding bill would extend the current continuing resolution by two weeks.
The House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence passed a bill to reauthorize the government's spying powers 13-8 on a party-line vote.
The Congressional Hackathon included pitches from tech groups to improve citizens' access to government, including the House Clerk's Office's plans to begin redlining and markup history of legislation by Jan. 1.
At a House hearing, lawmakers tussled over cybersecurity concerns and the need to prevent market crashes triggered by automated trading.
A bipartisan bill would revamp the way the Department of Education collects higher-education data and relies on an obscure cybersecurity method to protect student data.
Because of a delay on Capitol Hill, the Department of Veterans Affairs is going to have to wait to sign a multibillion contract for a new electronic health record system.