In an effort to course-correct from more than a decade of net financial losses, the Postal Service on Wednesday released its long-awaited five year-business plan.
A week out from the official start of the 2020 census, the bureau has ramped up its recruiting efforts for temporary, on-the-ground work that begins this spring.
CISA’s emergency directive gives agencies mere days to assess the scope of the vulnerability to its systems, and 10 days to patch or remedy all its affected endpoints.
The Public Buildings Reform Board has identified a dozen high-value, excess properties it recommends putting up for expedited sale or disposal by the General Services Administration.
Greg Wilshusen, the director of information security issues at GAO, said barriers still stand in the way of agencies sharing cyber threat information with each other and with their partners in the private sector.
The Army’s General Fund Enterprise Business System will complete its migration to a commercial cloud next fiscal year, while VA will take another shot at moving to a consolidated financial management system this summer.
Even with the Trump Hotel potentially up for sale, GSA and House Democrats have once again clashed over an investigation into whether the president’s ties to a government lease violate the Constitution.
Recent tension between the U.S. and Iran have given CISA an opportunity to test its cyber threat intelligence-sharing capabilities in the new year.
Administration officials said this set of principles marks the first “binding document” that holds agencies accountable to how they regulate the private sector’s use of AI technology.
The Postal Service’s search for a new leader to improve its financial outlook will take longer than expected, but outgoing Postmaster General Megan Brennan has agreed to postpone her retirement date pending the success of her successor.
As a preview to the year ahead, here’s a look at the major projects three public-facing agencies will encounter in 2020.
HHS committed a “clear and patent violation” of its 2010 collective bargaining agreement with NTEU, according to an independent arbitrator.
Federal agencies will face a slew of New Year’s resolutions in 2020, now that the Trump administration has released the final draft of its Federal Data Strategy.
The rapid expansion of the C-suite, along with the 30th anniversary of the CFO Act next year, has led agency financial officials to contemplate what they would like to see revised or updated in the law.