As a preview to the year ahead, here’s a look at the major projects three public-facing agencies will encounter in 2020.
After several years, a consortium of agencies has been working on FedRAMP, a program to certify cybersecurity of cloud computing services providers.
The identity of the whistleblower that led to the impeachment proceedings has been kept secret all along. But is that kosher?
Credibility with the public originates with employees trusting one another.
The General Services Administration does a decent job of meeting cost and schedules for new buildings and remodeling projects, but it fails to make note of when the costs or schedules are revised.
As agencies plan for the next year’s programs, budgets, resources and activities, a critical regulatory update may be flying under the radar.
When it comes to the smaller systems that make up the lion’s share of Defense acquisition spending, the Pentagon does not even know how many it’s paying for, according to a new audit.
Federal agencies will face a slew of New Year’s resolutions in 2020, now that the Trump administration has released the final draft of its Federal Data Strategy.
The rapid expansion of the C-suite, along with the 30th anniversary of the CFO Act next year, has led agency financial officials to contemplate what they would like to see revised or updated in the law.
This past year saw some interesting topics pop up in the military; 2020 may see the same.
DoD is getting serious about AI, but its organizational structure isn’t helping the effort.
The Director of Strategic Issues at the Government Accountability Office, Kris Nguyen, joined Federal Drive with Tom Temin for some of the threats to Treasury bond sales.
In an extended in-studio interview on Federal Drive with Tom Temin, Special Counsel Henry Kerner offered a summary of last year’s work.
The House Oversight and Reform Subcommittee on Government Operations hearing on the 9th version of the Federal IT Acquisition Reform Act (FITARA) scorecard provided some interesting insights beyond the grades for each agency.