Alan Thomas, head of the Federal Acquisition Service at the General Services Administration, heads to the private sector.
Mac Thornberry, the House Armed Services Committee's top Republican and a leading voice for consolidations and closures in the Defense Department's "fourth estate" announced he won't seek reelection in 2020.
The FBI tapped Intel's chief data scientist to help it leverage cloud, AI and machine learning in its data strategy.
The Department of Health and Human Services is using a recurrent network to get smarter about its acquisition efforts.
The former head of the Federal Labor Relations Authority was approved to take over the top human resources job in government, ending almost a year of acting leadership.
Over the next year, a group of experienced federal IT executives will review how the Social Security Administration's system modernization work is progressing.
In a rare press conference, Defense Secretary Mark Esper said a “defense-wide review process” has begun to evaluate the Fourth Estate agency resources.
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Federal CIO Suzette Kent is "thrilled" with the first graduates of the Cyber Reskilling Academy and is looking to industrialize the program.
A federal court is maintaining an injunction on the full implementation of three Trump administration executive orders pertaining to the workforce and collective bargaining pending appeals.
How the program Coding it Forward is building opportunity for budding government data scientists.
The second highest ranking intelligence official in the federal government resigned, leaving the top two positions at ODNI without permanent leadership. The move coincides with the departure of ODNI chief Dan Coats, as President Trump looks to reshape the intelligence community.
Rep. John Ratcliffe (R-Texas), President Trump's pick for Director of National Intelligence, sponsored cybersecurity legislation from his perch at the Homeland Security Committee.
With conflict increasing between the U.S. and Iran, Mark Esper's confirmation brings some order to a seven-month round of musical chairs among the Defense Department's top leadership.
Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats named Shelby Pierson as the first official who will formally oversee election security efforts for the U.S. intelligence community.