Federal News Radio recently sat down with SailPoint Chief Technology Officer Darran Rolls to address the challenges federal technology leaders face today.
Air Force Chief of Staff David Goldfein has been pushing authority down to squadron commanders, trusting in them to effectively pursue their missions and take care of their people.
The Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs’ Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations has counted up the costs of the last three shutdowns.
In today’s Federal Newscast, a new study by the Government Accountability Office confirms it’s tough to be a medium-sized government contractor.
The seven-week continuing resolution gives lawmakers through Nov. 21 to complete spending bills for the rest of 2020. Notably, the CR includes additional funding for the Office of Personnel Management, which faces a budget shortfall at the start of the new fiscal year.
In today’s Federal Newscast, Congressman Bennie Thompson (D-MS), the chairman of the Homeland Security Committee, says as cyber threats become more sophisticated, bringing back the cyber coordinator role is even more important.
The Air Force is building a new promotion system that it hopes will align its professed values with the officers it actually selects for elevation to senior leadership positions.
Given that 2020 is a critical election year, and the number of federal workers in many congressional districts, any federal pay raise is a big deal.
Amid several years of steadily declining donations, the national capital region set of fundraising goal of $34 million for the 2019 Combined Federal Campaign.
Jeff Neal breaks down why federal hiring practices are slow, confusing to nongovernment applicants, get tied up in regulations and often result in unqualified applicants getting the job.
In today’s Federal Newscast, a new report highlights how the most recent 35-day partial government shutdown hurt agencies.
Because of the 2017 tax law, many were surprised to learn that it no longer paid to itemize deductions that had been important in the past.
The latest budget proposal from the Senate Appropriations Subcommittee on Financial Services and General Government made no mention of a federal pay raise in 2020, setting up a debate over whether civilian employees will receive a House-passed 3.1% or the president’s recommended 2.6% increase next year.
The Energy Department has a new chief information officer and a plan to bring its infrastructure into the modern age.
The Veterans Affairs Department is getting out of the smart identity card issuance business by moving its 500,000 employees to GSA’s shared service.