As the Navy continues to investigate a rash of suicides aboard the USS George Washington, the service says it is dealing with serious issues involving mental health access.
The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency issued a new emergency directive today saying the vulnerabilities in some VMware products put federal networks and systems at immediate risk.
The Postal Service is looking to restructure its network of facilities in its delivery network as part of an ongoing effort to improve its long-term financial health.
Getting information from a federal website or agency without difficulty is still not a reality for many Americans. USDA wants IT folks who can "speak" non-IT language.
Federal oversight bodies often look for waste, fraud and abuse. But another trio of witches also bedevils the government: Fragmentation, overlap and duplication (FOD).
One thing government contracting shops are sticklers for is receiving bids by the stated deadline. Two days or two seconds late, and would-be contractors are out of luck. That's true even if the government's own IT systems screw up or cause the lateness.
In today's Federal Newscast, the director of the Office of Management and Budget wants agencies to look at the future of work.
Data requirements to ensure lack of bias in AI and transparency and how it works are not part of the standard license agreements.
May 23, 2022 on ForYourBenefit, host Bob Leins, CPA® welcomes Marc Levine, Esquire. During today’s broadcast, Marc will answer commonly asked questions about Estate Planning.
A discharge characterization of anything less than fully honorable does not have to deprive you of access to veterans’ benefits indefinitely, and the stigma that may be associated with a certain type of discharge doesn’t have to either.
If you are currently a federal worker who is considering retiring this year, is it possible to get both the pending pay raise and the COLA due retirees in January?
Lawmakers are skeptical about progress on multifactor authentication, endpoint detection and other capabilities mandated by the cybersecurity executive order.
The contract is part of a $4.9 billion rebuild of the base, which was destroyed in 2018.
The Biden administration is looking to accelerate the pace of federal permitting and environmental reviews for thousands of infrastructure projects under the $1 trillion Bipartisan Infrastructure Law.