DoD’s inspector general says the regional security stacks are still hampered by inadequate requirements planning and insufficient training for cyber defenders.
To help ease the administrative burden on Border Patrol agents, U.S. Customs and Border Protection is creating a new position for handling the processing of border apprehensions.
In a complaint to the Federal Labor Relations Authority, the union says DoD is violating the law by reassigning more than 1,000 employees without consulting collective bargaining representatives.
The Defense Department awarded a $75 million other transaction agreement to Perspecta, the contractor it hired a year ago to construct a separate piece of the National Background Investigation System.
DISA releases a request for information to industry for a government owned, contractor operated approach to back-office IT services and network consolidation and optimization.
In today’s Federal Newscast, a bipartisan group in the House Veterans Affairs Committee wants more information about VA’s plans to curb sexual harassment.
FEMA named Lytwaive Hutchinson to replace Adrian Gardner as its new CIO while Reynold Schweickhardt joined GSA as a senior technology advisor.
Three House committee chairmen are launching an investigation into recent leadership changes at the Department of Homeland Security.
In today’s Federal Newscast, in their annual report to Congress, Social Security Administration trustees said they expect total costs to exceed income next year, and in all the years beyond that.
In today’s Federal Newscast, the Labor Department will pilot a faster approach to discretionary suspension and debarment with its Inspector General and its Office of the Assistant Secretary for Administration and Management.
In 2020, DISA will assume responsibility for the vast majority of the IT operations in DoD’s “fourth estate,” leading to major transfers of funding and personnel.
John Hale, DISA’s chief of cloud services, said the analysis is helping DISA prepare its MilCloud 2.0 for more business.
Bipartisan support is growing for a proposed bill to remove barriers to federal employment for people with a criminal record.
Lawmakers introduced legislation to publish standards for granting, denying or revoking security clearances.