CISOs have to approach their job differently since the pandemic forced vast amounts of the federal workforce outside of the traditional network perimeter.
Viable communications are necessary for disaster response efforts. That’s why FEMA’s 2018-2022 Strategic Plan puts an emphasis on resiliency and redundancy for these systems.
Though federal disaster preparedness and response agencies tend to hold up experiential training as the gold standard, the coronavirus pandemic is prompting a pivot to virtual training.
Federal employees working from home largely report being more productive than when they go into the office, and while large-scale oversight efforts from the Government Accountability Office have only just started, GAO has acknowledged that it’s also seeing improvements from its own employees.
The fourth quarter sprint to the finish line of the 2020 fiscal year starts in less than three weeks. So what can federal contractors expect?
The move to maximum telework across federal agencies hasn’t been a painless one, and Congress wants to know just how it’s going.
Most of the TSP funds turned in their highest performance in the past 12 months.
Resources exist to help feds during natural disasters, and they’re mobilizing now to help out during the coronavirus.
The Justice Department sent guidance to state and local law enforcement telling them to allow federal employees to travel to and from work during lock down.
2020 has not been a good year for TSP returns thus far, as February continues the downward trend begun last month.
As expected, the President’s Budget Request for FY 2021 contains mostly cuts to civilian agencies, with a few exceptions.
CISA thinks of itself as the nation’s risk advisor. To that end, Director Chris Krebs shared five areas of focus for the next few years, and six tips for a successful cybersecurity program.
Here are six of the biggest contracts of the coming year, according to a Jan. 15 Bloomberg Government webinar, as well as a few notable opportunities for small businesses as well.
The commission is looking at a strategy built around deterrence through punishment. If retaliation for cyber attacks are swift, decisive, consistent and public adversaries will be less likely to instigate attacks.