Mike Sydla, the division director for Information Management Resources Logistics, Maintenance and Industrial Operations at Naval Sea Systems Command headquarters, said keeping everything moving has meant embracing a new mindset but also keeping some workers in shipyards to continue fleet work.
The Green Building Advisory Committee drafted a recommendation letter to the General Services Administration Renewable for piloting renewable energy outleasing on federal properties.
Proxy voting with or without quorum, video hearings, limiting member travel and maintaining social distancing at the Capitol have required lawmakers to reconsider the long-term viability of some well-established practices.
Vijay D’Souza, GAO’s director of Information Technology and Cybersecurity, said agencies have to consider their various business processes and what could impact them, then what can be done to offset those impacts and keep operations moving smoothly.
According to the latest data from the Office of Personnel Management, about 1.4% fewer retirement claims were filed in May compared to April.
COVID-19 exposed the fragility of the nation’s food supply chain and the limitations of how America’s producers have always done things.
In addition to the dirt and water the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers moves around the world for its projects, it also has to shift a considerable amount of data.
The last few months of volatile activity resulted in huge numbers of withdrawals and inter-fund transfers, and so May appeared to reflect a calming among investors.
Coronavirus’ closures of government facilities or enforcement of social distancing hasn’t stopped Congress from conducting business.
The Army’s chief information officer said the service has an “operational imperative” to migrate data to a cloud environment.
Throughout the pandemic, Congress has not missed the Congressional Record. Nor have Executive Branch agencies missed the Federal Register. All thanks to the Government Publishing Office.
Controlling and protecting the new U.S. Space Force’s satellites will require plenty of data. Some of the Space Force’s assets will carry over from the Air Force but it is still a new operation.
The coronavirus pandemic multiplied the need for agency wide telework capabilities and that also means more security concerns. Venice Goodwine, chief information security officer for the Agriculture Department, said her agency took a phased approach with capacity tests across different mission areas.
A few more feds parted ways with the government last month, but still no more than they did a year ago.