Three federal unions are suing Department of Veterans Affairs for its plan to alter its collective bargaining deal to move more than 400 employees off of union work.
Two of the top managers at the Federal Acquisition Service are switching jobs, and there are ramifications for the $50 billion EIS contract.
Officials from both agencies told Congress at a joint committee hearing on cyber incident cooperation that the partnership has been fruitful, but budget constraints could require legislation.
Senate oversight chiefs tell agencies to cool their year-end "use it or lose it" spending.
Customs and Border Protection's online portal for international maritime arrivals is moving to a mobile app.
The Pentagon has relented somewhat on its full-steam ahead approach to the big-ticket cloud computing infrastructure contract, giving interested parties three more weeks to put together their bids.
A new report provides a deep dive into the sophisticated behavior and strategies that guide Russian botnet-directed disinformation and influence campaigns.
The problems surrounding IAM are not specific to the public sector, but they have a critical impact on government.
New evidence of a Chinese hacking group's links to Beijing could give U.S. investigators new ammunition to crack down on economic espionage and threats to the technology supply chain.
The Defense Information Systems Agency withdrew a request for information on rapid cloud migration after just two days.
With agencies looking to OASIS as a trusted source, small businesses are clamoring to get onto it, according to GSA officials.
Plans for a first-ever online census are lagging on IT readiness, a government watchdog says, and there's still work to do securing systems and data.
Consistent with his fiscal year 2019 budget proposal, President Donald Trump announced plans to freeze federal pay. But Congress will have the final say over whether feds get a pay raise.
Modern use of BPR can create cost savings by focusing on problem definition and clarity of roles and responsibilities vs. people's individual performance -- not by targeting budget or staff cuts.
Recent Department of Justice statements cast doubt around whether the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act would apply to hacked voting machines.
The U.S. Transportation Command is discreetly revving up for another cloud bid, following an industry day with lead cloud service providers in August.
Two Democrats on the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee want details on how a former CIA officer's federal security clearance application ended up in the hands of a political action committee.
After a federal judge found that official government Twitter accounts may be violating free speech by blocking users, President Trump has unblocked some accounts.
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