Federal News Network asked former federal executives for their memories and thoughts about the impact of the BlackBerry device on the federal sector.
Mark Borkowski, the assistant commissioner in the Office of Acquisition and the chief acquisition officer at CBP in the Homeland Security Department said he is developing a new policy to improve how the agency manages supply chain risks.
Charles Edwards pleaded guilty to charges after prosecutors alleged he stole government software and databases so he could sell the software back to agencies at a profit.
The Veterans Affairs Department is pushing back the second rollout of its Electronic Health Record (EHR) system because of a shortage of employees available for training amid an uptick in COVID-19 cases.
When Congress passed the first pandemic relief legislation, Diana Espinosa of the Health Resources and Services Administration led the team to manage a $178 billion fund.
The agency will start accepting and processing 2021 tax returns on Jan. 24, more than two weeks earlier than when it started last year’s filing season.
Rep. John Katko (R-Ny.) wants to make CISA a $5 billion-a-year agency. He plans to spend the next year studying how to get it there.
The lingering COVID virus is keeping people out of IRS offices. Yet a buildup of paper from tax returns is compelling tax employees to be there.
Karen Evans, former chief information officer at the Department of Homeland Security, joins Aileen Black on this week's Leaders and Legends to share important leadership lessons and advice on how to build strong teams.
Renee Wynn, former chief information officer at NASA, joins host Aileen Black on this week's Leaders and Legends to share important leadership lessons she learned during her career.
Major reductions in military accessions, a civilian hiring freeze and cuts to PCS moves are all strong possibilities under a full-year continuing resolution, Defense leaders testified Wednesday.
New Republican chairman of the USPS Board of Governors Roman Martinez IV pointed to the Biden administration’s upcoming plans to mail millions of COVID-19 testing kits to households as a sign that the White House holds confidence in the agency’s leadership.
The DHS Office of Intelligence and Analysis has consistently ranked as among one of the worst places to work in the federal government.
Reps. Gerry Connolly (D-Va.) and Jody Hice (R-Ga.) sent a letter to five agencies, asking them what steps they’ve taken to implement the CASES Act.