Attempting to modernize without a comprehensive approach that accounts for an agency's culture, engages its workforce and addresses critical business practices can actually create new or additional challenges that limit effectiveness and negatively affect mission outcomes.
The Government Accountability Office wants Treasury to do more to track the progress of financial services industry cybersecurity mitigation efforts.
Quality Service Management Offices shared service offerings move closer to reality for federal agencies.
Large businesses were misidentified as small businesses in General Services Administration's procurement data system, according to the agency's watchdog.
Safety protocols would allow up to 80% on-site, but there's no rush to recall remote employees.
The intelligence community is warming to the concept of bringing your own device to work -- except when it comes to highly classified work.
Draft guidelines will detail how agencies will remove college-degree requirements and emphasize skill assessments.
The Veterans Benefits Administration at the Department of Veterans Affairs is looking to reprogram about $250 million in COVID-19 emergency funding to modernize its troubled education benefits system.
The independent board charged with implementing the Defense Department's unified cybersecurity standard has new leadership as it announces new milestone hit.
The Department of the Interior, the Council on Inspectors General on Integrity and Efficiency and the Defense Information Systems Agency spent the summer awarding Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions task orders.
Interoperability, integration and JADC2 are likely to figure into an updated electromagnetic spectrum strategy expected soon from the Department of Defense.
Scammers trying to divert payments for medical care compromised an online system belonging to the Financial Services Center.