If confirmed Kirstjen Nielsen would inherit a department that just reversed a six-year trend of declining employee engagement scores.
Outgoing commissioner credits his legacy to career employees.
Twenty-two open government organizations are looking to help expand public access to information, and at the same time lessen the paperwork burden on agencies.
Members of the House oversight committee say they are entitled to lease information based on the Seven Member Rule.
One potential proposal calls on Congress to require OGE to post more information online.
The Commerce Department is planning to use U.S. Postal Service workers to help with its 2018 end-to-end tests.
For the first time in U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services history, employees will all be under one roof — in about three years.
FEMA’s deputy CIO said the agency’s response during the 2017 hurricane season could give it leverage in asking for more resources.
The agency says it is on track to implement new hiring policies, and doubled down on its tax ID fraud defenses.
SBA Inspector General Hannibal “Mike” Ware called for improvement of lendor oversight and the agency’s risk management program.
The proposed rule should be out for public comment in the next 30-60 days.
The IRS stopped more than 880,000 confirmed ID theft returns in calendar 2016.
The ruling only addresses the year-long contract, not the most recent short-term bridge contract between Equifax and IRS.
The suspension means taxpayers cannot create new online accounts using Secure Access.