If federal agencies were constantly on guard the past several years, as cyber-attacks grew in intensity and effectiveness, the past several months of the pandemic, has dumped fuel on that fire of fear and paranoia.
Early in 2020, as a pandemic prepared to wreak havoc across the United States, HHS was a major part of the equation in dealing with an environment almost no one really imagined: large-scale telework.
The Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions Program (EIS) transition is underway at the General Services Administration. In fact, the acting deputy assistant commissioner in the Federal Acquisition Service said it’s “like a locomotive that you throw coal on and it gets faster.”
He’s a 70-year-old, soft-spoken, piano-playing, Ivy-League intellectual raised on a farm in rural Virginia who also happens to be Dr. Anthony Fauci’s boss.
In today’s Federal Newscast, top Democrat on Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee wants more details on agency reopening plans.
When it comes to gathering data, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration is one of the most network-intensive agencies you’ll find.
In today’s Federal Newscast, some EPA employees say they feel uncomfortable returning to the office as OIG conducts a review.
In today’s Federal Newscast, we looks at THE SPACE FORCE, its three echelons of command, with lesser structures called, “deltas.” The deltas are like the wings or groups of the Air Force and are run by colonels.
In today’s Federal Newscast, contractors need to meet a provision in the 2019 Defense authorization bill to not use equipment from Huawei and ZTE.
In today’s Federal Newscast, the Trump administration is reminding Congress of budget challenges at US Citizenship and Immigration Services.
In today’s Federal Newscast, federal employees are getting an inflation increase when it comes to accepting non-sponsored gifts at widely-attended events and those under the Foreign Gifts and Decorations Act.
In today’s Federal Newscast, the Department of Veterans Affairs is dealing with the pandemic crisis among veterans and the workers treating them.
IT Modernization became an even higher priority for federal agencies once COVID-19 landed on the United States like a ton of bricks earlier this year. Two people leading the IT Modernization charge in the nation’s capital can both be found at the Office of Management and Budget: Federal CIO Suzette Kent and Deputy Federal CIO Maria Roat.
In today’s Federal Newscast, Elaine McCusker, DoD’s acting comptroller and chief financial officer, will step down on June 26. She was nominated by President Trump for a permanent position, but it was revoked over reported disagreements about Ukraine.