Despite furloughs and no pay, agencies reported being well supported.
Agencies and the White House are getting into the weeds of how to put the OPEN Government Data Act into effect.
The congressional watchdog warned that agencies are putting billions in spending at risk by not taking steps to raise skills and competencies in the IT workforce.
A member of Congress wants Acting White House Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney to answer for recent reports that indicate the White House's cybersecurity team has been gutted.
J. David Cox says the charges, from at least 10 employees, are "scurrilous, politically-motivated attacks."
More than 30 lawmakers signed an Oct. 24 letter urging House and Senate appropriators to block funds to relocate two Department of Agriculture agencies out of Washington, D.C. to the Kansas City region.
With workforce executive orders in effect, the Office of Personnel Management is looking for data on how much job time federal employees spend on union matters.
Extremist views on public land control put federal employees at risk, and government officials have played a part, according to the chairwoman of a House subcommittee.
The Second Chance Act aims to help lower barriers for otherwise eligible federal employment applicants with criminal records.
A new toolkit from the Office of Personnel Management focuses on using data to understand and improve employee-manager relations.
The IRS should focus the next year on modernizing IT, improving security controls for its primary e-filing tool, eliminating critical vulnerabilities in servers used for personal devices and addressing its "serious" human capital crisis, according to Treasury auditors.
OMB is currently drafting a memo and soliciting feedback from industry partners to regulate how agencies should use artificial intelligence in the workplace.
The powerful chairman of the House Committee on Oversight and Reform passed away after battling illness for months. He'll be remembered by federal employees as a passionate advocate.
Recruiting top analytical talent into government is tough, the Pentagon's top management officer says, but the payoffs can be big.
Ten of the most senior posts at the Department of Homeland Security are held by acting leaders, and only five have candidates in the Senate confirmation pipeline.
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If agencies find themselves continually in fire-fighting mode with their security, they likely need a better security architecture -- not just another product.
CIOs can use hard data to help add value to the modernization discussion.
A government-backed school for cyber modeled on West Point or the Naval Academy could provide military and civilian agencies sorely needed operators.
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