FCW Insider: April 16
An oversight report found several missteps and cases of ethical misconduct, but could not substantiate allegations of White House interference in the award of the $10 billion Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure contract to Microsoft. The DOD Office of Inspector General cited problems obtaining cooperation from White House and senior defense officials in its report. Adam Mazmanian has more.
Government employees who are considered essential frontline workers could receive extra pay during the coronavirus pandemic, according to new guidance from the Office of Personnel Management. Lia Russell reports.
The request for new funding comes as state and local governments face a spike in ransomware attacks. Derek B. Johnson explains.
Government oversight experts and advocacy groups say Senate committee leaders should withhold cooperation on certain issues until key vacancies are addressed. Lia takes a look.
Steve Kelman spotlights another example of how non-traditional acquisition models can encourage innovation.
Posted by FCW Staff on Apr 16, 2020 at 2:37 AM