Lisa Hershman, the Defense Department's outgoing chief management officer, said the office succeeded -- finding a proclaimed $37 billion in savings -- despite inadequate funding.
The U.S. Senate joined the House of Representatives in overturning President Trump's veto of the annual defense policy bill in a rare New Year's Day vote.
The Senate is set to vote again on the annual defense bill on Tuesday. With less than a month remaining in his presidency, Donald Trump is looking at his first-ever override.
After threatening a government shutdown, President Trump signed the fiscal year 2021 funding bill and a COVID-19 relief package into law on Sunday evening.
The IRS inspector general's letter to lawmakers backs up a statement offered by a senior Democratic senator earlier this week.
The government is currently funded by a short-term continuing resolution that expires on midnight on Monday, Dec. 28.
The president has vetoed the Defense Department’s yearly authorization bill, which puts Congress in a scramble to repass it before the end of the congressional session.
Most agencies maintained their grades on the latest FITARA scorecard, but the new telecom category produced some failing marks.
The president-elect called out the Trump administration for failing to prioritize cybersecurity in general, and for "downplaying the seriousness" of the ongoing breach that has hit multiple federal agencies.
The government has until January 15 to respond to the National Treasury Employees Union's lawsuit seeking the blockage of the new employee classification.
The passage of the IoT Cybersecurity Improvement Act of 2020 means that NIST will start to address the gap in post-market guidance to help organizations adequately address newly discovered vulnerabilities in devices already on their networks.
Democrats in the House and Senate urged appropriators to include a measure blocking the implementation of a workforce executive order making it possible to reclassify thousands of senior civil servants as "at will" employees, making it easier to hire and fire feds in certain key positions.
The annual defense bill includes a section on cybersecurity based on recommendations from the Solarium Commission.
CISA's latest alert suggests hackers may have found other entry points into the federal government's networks than just the IT management software suite.
The time has come for Congress to regulate security in the software industry by mandating minimal best practices for software companies selling software products or services in America.