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Federal employees like the idea of a solid pay boost, but some are skeptical of its chances, or what it will deliver it it does get passed.
Across the U.S. government, for nearly every agency, digital transformation is a top priority. Both defense and civilian agencies are heavily focused on initiatives designed to streamline complex internal processes, enhance mission-critical applications and better serve citizens.
Toward the end of October, the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency rolled out a simplified security checklist to help critical infrastructure providers.
U.S. government agencies have seen numerous executive orders, memos and regulatory changes aimed at improving the security of digital infrastructure, including the Biden Administration’s Executive Order on Improving the Nation’s Cybersecurity and the Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification framework.
Feb. 24 marks the one-year anniversary of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. As the conflict continued and Ukraine battled for its sovereignty, the United States, alongside allied nations, provided critical support for Ukraine. Ahead of this one-year anniversary, President Joe Biden reinforced the U.S. pledge of unwavering support to that country.
The past year has seen countless headlines about how tech and retail behemoths are making enormous investments in the metaverse.
There have been several recent examples of IT infrastructure struggling to meet demand, leading to widespread system failure.
Kimberly Graham, the Agriculture Department’s Farm Service Agency’s assistant deputy administrator for farm programs, started as a clerk typist out of high school and has risen to be a member of the Senior Executive Service.
There are many reasons why a contractor might protest a procurement award, but only a few good ones, none of which are disagreeing with the outcome.
Risk comes in many different forms in today’s digital world. All organizations must manage the growing business risks associated with a dynamic and complex attack surface and cybersecurity threats.
It's 2023, and at least the Interior Department, thousands of employees use floppy-disk era passwords.
On October 6, 2022, the Biden Administration released updates from 25 agencies covering their climate adaptation and resilience program progress over the past year.
It’s often said that the wheels of government move slowly, but the persistent rise in cyberattacks have greased the gears of government to finally move forward with some urgency to address this critical issue.
2023 promises to be an eventful year for federal cybersecurity teams. Already, we’ve welcomed in a new Congress, which is bound to introduce new cybersecurity legislation, especially following the signing of the $1.7 trillion omnibus spending bill in December.