The Census Bureau encourages households to self-respond to reduce the need for enumerators to knock on doors later this spring.
Former federal cybersecurity officials warn that this extraordinary volume of employees working from home over an indeterminate amount of time has put a unique stress test on federal IT systems.
For most of the Postal Service’s 600,000-employee workforce, work continues as usual, but in a heightened state of vigilance.
The coronavirus pandemic has pushed the Census Bureau to launch a coronavirus internal task force to “continuously monitor the situation nationwide.”
As the Trump administration urges agencies to expand telework to employees at “higher risk” of exposure to coronavirus, the Education Department has taken steps to relax limits on how often employees can work from home.
The Cyberspace Solarium Commission, in its final report, has recommended restoring and restructuring two cyber oversight roles previously eliminated during the Trump administration.
Citing the safety and wellbeing of its employees amid the coronavirus threat, the Postal Service has released its 2020 Pandemic Influenza Plan.
The Office of the Director of National Intelligence will soon release its own public set of AI principles.
Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin told members at a hearing Tuesday that continued investment in the IRS’ IT modernization remains critical to “bring the IRS into the modern world.”
The Bureau of the Fiscal Service has taken on a larger role as a shared service provider as part of Treasury’s plan to transform the state of federal financial management over a decade.
NOAA has rolled out mandatory training for its workforce to complete, and expects to hire more staff to address a rise in sexual assault and harassment claims.
A long-feared retirement tsunami in the federal workforce might not happen anytime soon, but the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention still considers an older workforce a risk it needs to manage. With employees working…
A year after President Donald Trump signed an executive order making artificial intelligence a top priority for federal research, agencies on the front lines of this effort have reported significant progress.
To accelerate the adoption of emerging technology, NIST has released the first draft of a privacy framework that sets an ethical foundation for data usage.