As part of its $4.4 trillion budget proposal, the White House is looking to cut retirement benefits for feds and take steps to peg pay to performance.
The Trump administration has a blueprint for IT modernization, and the new federal CIO pick Suzette Kent is walking point on the challenge in her first government -- and first tech -- position.
The Trump administration's human resources strategy includes tasking agencies with better use of data and revising organizational structures.
Army leaders hope to modernize mobile networks through secure but unclassified pathways.
The Trump administration has nominated Emory Rounds to head the Office of Government Ethics.
Major carriers on the government's $50 billion telecommunications contract are advancing on required systems testing.
A Senate hearing on reauthorizing the Department of Homeland Security made some headway, but long-running jurisdictional disputes threatened to once again derail the process.
Despite legislation, the Department of Homeland Security hasn't taken steps to make it easier to monitor progress in building and managing a cybersecurity workforce.
At a Senate hearing, cybersecurity firms defended the practice of paying bug bounties and pointed to regulatory gaps that hinder legitimate security research.
The Office of Management and Budget is working on a rules-of-the-road document to cover how agencies can seek and use funds under the MGT Act.
The FBI's cyber unit and the Department of Education cautioned schools nationwide of growing ransomware threat.
House Homeland Security Committee Chairman Michael McCaul (R-Texas) urged the Senate to move on restoring the State Department's cyber office and reorganizing DHS' National Protection and Programs Directorate.
Federal agencies are seeing an early yield from their participation in a first-of-its-kind governmentwide federal IT hiring fair in November.
Because of an unusual volume of complaints, it appears that Alliant 2 Small Business won't be open for business any time soon.
A move by Republicans to publicly release a classified memo could have unintended consequences for federal employees.