House defense panels think DOD's cyber recruiting efforts -- and cyber tools -- are too spread out to be effective.
Democrats on the Government Operations subcommittee of the Committee on Oversight and Reform hammered FLRA Chairwoman Colleen Duffy Kiko for her decision to stop recognizing the Union of Authorities Employees last December.
Some members of Congress say law enforcement agencies are relying on decades-old laws to justify use of facial recognition tech.
The House appropriations bill funding the Department of Agriculture nixes plans to move two offices outside of the National Capitol Region.
Feedback on the 16-point implementation plan is due July 5.
Army acquisition head Bruce Jette is looking to leverage modernization efforts including AI and automation to improve logistics.
Steve Kelman digs into new research on management practices and employee perceptions.
TSP users are adopting two-factor authentication, with few opt-outs, officials said.
A leading federal employee union has filed an unfair labor practice charge against the Department of Defense over the planned transfer of tech workers between defense agencies.
Think of any mission-critical challenge facing any government organization today, and technology is invariably a part of the solution.
An updated credentialing policy from the White House aims to make PIV cards interoperable across agencies and tap federal identifiers like Social Security numbers to secure digital transactions.
The $7 million DDS pilot, which extends to April 2020, will target candidates with backgrounds in computer science, product management, and user experience design.
Perspecta, the vendor hired to prototype a new background check system for the Department of Defense, is getting a follow-on to its initial sole-source agreement.
Security screeners at the Transportation Security Administration post some of the lowest satisfaction scores and have the highest attrition rates of any government employees.
The housing agency plans to work with the Centers of Excellence program at the General Services Administration to manage its troves of data.
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The co-founders of Coding it Forward weigh in on the talent-recruitment efforts in civic tech.
Two experts explain how to put homeland security front-and-center in today's connected world.
The government agency chief data officer role comes with nuances, and to ensure success, officials need to be mindful of far more than simply structuring datasets.
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