Einstein keeps an eye on agency networks
Voluntary network gateway monitoring program gives DHS a big-picture view of federal cybersecurity
Defeating the dumpster divers
The proliferation of storage media, from thumb drives and cell phones to giant disk arrays, makes secure disposal of decommissioned gear a much trickier task
FCW@20: Reporting on storage, then and now
Buzz of the Week: GSA assists the assistors
DOD is caught in the Web 2.0
Military officials name operational concerns as their reason for blocking popular sites
Another bailout for DSS?
GSA: We’re focusing on assisted services
Editorial: Help acquisition workers
The next administration could save money in the long run by adding procurement executives
Kelman: A public service incentive
Leidinger: Recruit creatively
Stephenson: Government in your hand
Government taps the power of us
Officials turn to blogs and wikis to share information and achieve goals
States move warily on Real ID
Officials still crave funding and firm guidance on nationwide standards for driver’s licenses
GSA to retool e-contracting
Contracting officers say they shun the difficult-to-use eOffer, eMod applications
Feds face new HSPD-12 hurdles
Challenges include upgrading building access controls and issuing cards to contractors
House bill sets higher bar for DHS
E-filing trails 80 percent goal
Election season heats up
The big election for the Industry Advisory Council’s Executive Committee is under way
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FCW can't do much about the furloughs and potentially missed paychecks, but the shutdown won't prevent Federal 100 Award nominations from being submitted.
Democrats will vote on an appropriations package to reopen all the federal agencies shuttered during the partial shutdown, but the lack of wall funding will likely means the measure won't get a vote in the Senate.
With shutdown talks at an impasse, the White House finalized plans to freeze federal pay at 2018 levels.
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