In today’s Federal Newscast, former venture capitalist Michael Kratsios is tapped to become the next U.S. chief technology officer.
Local jurisdictions’ control and operation of elections is a tradition but as the issue of election security becomes front and center, should Congress be involved?
With the House and Senate on recess, not a lot substantive will happen this week. Later, the Senate will focus on nominations and its own procedures.
Each military service plans a substantial boost in facility sustainment funding in 2020, but far from enough to erase a years-long backlog of deferred projects.
Bipartisan support is growing for a proposed bill to remove barriers to federal employment for people with a criminal record.
Larry Allen, president of Allen Federal Business Partners, joined Federal Drive with Tom Temin to discuss more about contracting oversight.
Lawmakers introduced legislation to publish standards for granting, denying or revoking security clearances.
On a the heels of Sunshine Week, a new study from the Government Accountability Office points to a variety of examples where agencies could improve compliance with their own ethics programs and shed light on basic information about executive branch political appointees.
The commander of the nation’s top cyber security agencies — the National Security Agency and the U.S. Cyber Command — will not confirm that he has recommended the two agencies split from one another next year.
The General Services Administration sent the House a letter from the FBI which took full responsibility for deciding to keep its headquarters downtown.
Air Force Lt. Gen. Jack Shanahan told lawmakers that he’s already trying to stand up a small office around robotic process automation, a specific type of artificial intelligence aimed towards improving business practices.
The Trump administration’s 2020 budget proposal for government spending gives a big boost to the Pentagon and other security-related agencies, while calling for a cut of more than $2.7 trillion in federal civilian spending over the next ten years.
Members of Congress may be rude, but the Government Accountability Office, the federal oversight agency, sticks to the facts.
The Navy’s plan to eliminate its assistant secretary for installations in favor of a new assistant secretary for IT turned out to be untenable, in light of recent revelations about substandard military housing.