Calling the government's human capital system "fundamentally broken," a new report calls for a federated system that focuses on staffing agencies to help them achieve their missions.
The DHS authorization bill making its way through the House would help the agency make more progress sorting out its acquisition processes, a Capitol Hill oversight committee official said.
Siloed operations and systems integration are serious concerns that better DevOps might help to mitigate, IT decision makers say.
Two longtime federal IT leaders explore the balancing act required to maximize IGs' effectiveness.
A key vehicle for hardware purchases has been slowed by protests and is now at an important crossroads.
Employee productivity in the Social Security Administration's teleworking pilot program varied significantly by office and job function.
The ranking Democrat on the Senate on Homeland Security committee wants to see acquisition and decision documentation, alternatives for the beleaguered DHS immigration processing system dubbed ELIS.
The House of Representatives passed by voice vote a bill that would codify stronger anti-discrimination protections for federal employees.
A House committee urged the Small Business Administration CIO to flatten the org chart and improve on cybersecurity.
Some Hill Democrats are pushing back on a decision to make the Federal Acquisition Service chief a political appointee.
FBI director nominee Christopher Wray told senators he will make cyber and the reauthorization of FISA Section 702 top priorities if he is confirmed.
Russian cybersecurity vendor Kaspersky Lab has been taken off key government contract vehicles NASA SEWP and GSA Schedule 70 as part of an overall move to address possible risks posed by the firm.
Steve Kelman suggests that short engagements priced under the micropurchase threshold could be just the sort of disruptive innovation agencies need.
The Census Bureau’s decisions to pare down operations and tests of IT systems to manage its finances in advance of the decennial count have extended to the critical 2018 dress rehearsal.
A lawsuit filed July 11 takes issue on constitutional grounds with the practice of President Trump blocking users on Twitter.