More than half of respondents to a FCW survey said their agencies are recovering quickly from the shutdown, but even more worry about another lapse in appropriations.
In the first week back from the longest shutdown in American history, Congress is moving to challenge the administration's civilian pay freeze.
With a short-term spending deal in place, many Democrats on Capitol Hill want to know how much damage the shutdown caused to federal cybersecurity.
While the House Committee on Oversight and Reform plans hard hitting probes of the Trump administration, the panel isn't abandoning tech and federal IT priorities.
In response to a demand from lawmakers, the Government Accountability Office is launching a new team to provide technology expertise to Congress.
President Trump announced a deal with Congress to fund the government while negotiations for border security priorities take place.
The upcoming expiration of a handful of key provisions in the Patriot Act at the end of the year could set up another battle in Congress over the size and scope of U.S. surveillance authorities.
The shutdown is having lasting effects on the mission at the Department of Homeland Security, with some effects more evident than others, according to ex-agency officials.
As furloughed feds and those working without pay face a second missed paycheck, some in Congress are looking for solutions outside of a funding deal.
While lawmakers and the White House traded barbs and remained deadlocked, protesting feds and supporters flooded a Senate office building.
The IT Subcommittee of the Oversight and Reform committee is being folded into Government Operations under Rep. Gerry Connolly.
Federal agencies shuttered due to the shutdown sent out a second round of furlough notices in recent days, while the Office of Personnel Management updated guidance regarding leave accrual, retirement benefits and health care enrollment.
Furloughed feds and those working without pay face a second payday without a check, as a bid for wall funding from the Trump White House appears dead on arrival in Congress.
The latest appropriations package being proposed by House Democrats includes funding for the Technology Modernization Fund created by the Modernizing Government Technology Act.
Frustration among rank-and-file federal employees is mounting as the shutdown stretches on with no end in sight.
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Steve Kelman believes an impressive revolution is brewing in Air Force IT development management.
To truly benefit from shared services and the cloud, agencies should be building a repository of "microservice" business routines.
While a divided Congress might appear to be a recipe for inactivity, there are bipartisan agency priorities that could get attention in the near term worth focusing on.
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