A group of Democratic senators want detailed answers from the Justice Department and the judiciary branch by the end of the month about the impact of the SolarWinds breach.
Army CIO plans to release new enterprise digital strategy and rein in $2 billion of bloated IT spending.
The quasi-judicial Federal Labor Relations Authority was involved in some of the most contentious wrangling between the Trump administration and federal employee unions.
An executive order also called for feds and federal contractors to receive a $15 minimum wage.
With Sen. Jack Reed (D-R.I.) as the new chair of the Senate Armed Services Committee, Democrats will set the tone on defense policy and budgets.
If passed, the bill would give feds a raise of an average 3.2%.
William Evanina, a career intelligence official, is stepping down from the post of director of the National Counterintelligence and Security Center.
Senators question defense secretary nominee about cyber and racism as several National Guardsmen removed from inauguration duty.
The Biden-Harris administration tapped former officials to senior slots at the General Services Administration, but the nomination of an administrator is still to come.
President Joe Biden is expected to reverse a raft of Trump-era federal workforce policy, but some executive actions will take time.
If confirmed, Avril Haines says that one of her top priorities as the Director of National Intelligence will be "institutional" issues, like renewing public trust in the intelligence community and improving workforce morale.
The consequences of the SolarWinds Orion hack are far from clear, but analysts and lawmakers say that officials at CISA and NSA made notable strides to improve the government's cybersecurity posture.