The White House budget proposed moving ahead with the administration’s reorganization plan to fold the Office of Personnel Management into the General Services Administration, and is exploring what can be done without congressional approval.
As it hits its stride as a new agency, the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency is mixing established federal cybersecurity programs with new tech around DNS threats, botnet detection and malware analysis.
The White House's fiscal year 2020 budget adds to a previously proposed pay freeze and retirement cuts with planned cuts to leave.
Government desperately needs a better way to buy cloud services. The Section 809 panel's call to create a new contract type for consumption-based solutions is a great start.
As federal employees still wait to receive their retroactive pay raise, lawmakers on both sides of the aisle from both chambers are pushing appropriators to include back pay for federal contractors.
Acting Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan clashed with senators over the overseas contingency operations budget request.
As a legal battle over the addition of a question on citizenship heads to the Supreme Court, the Commerce Department chief faced questions on Capitol Hill about how and why the question came to be added to the basic 2020 population survey.
The Department of Homeland Security's top cyber official told Congress that policy changes will help agencies move to the cloud and accommodate teleworkers while still protecting federal networks.
A top appropriator wants answers on how clinicians at the Department of Veterans Affairs will access information on the shared electronic health record system being implemented by the Department of Defense and VA.
Two Senators want to change the way the institution talks about its cybersecurity problems and see data on the scope of the threat.
Now that they're in the majority, House Democrats are pressing for answers on why a planned move by the FBI to a suburban campus was derailed.
A new House committee focused on modernizing technology and processes in the legislative branch heard input from more than 30 lawmakers on updating Congress.
GSA will send implementation plans for its e-commerce portal project to Congress this month.
Lawmakers pressed Accenture Federal Services over a $300 million contract to build a hiring system for the U.S. Customs and Border Protection.
The Trump administration's national cybersecurity strategy is a good start but more accountability is needed, the head of the Government Accountability Office told two congressional panels on March 6.