For an agency that's only had seven confirmed secretaries, the Department of Homeland Security's area of responsibility has grown exponentially since it's creation after the attacks of 9/11.
The order simply requires agencies to stand up a program requiring vaccinations for all executive branch employees. A second order requires agencies to embed new COVID-19 safety protocols as a requirement in federal contracts and solicitations.
The Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board currently lacks the membership necessary to issue reports and start new projects.
Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen is warning Congress that she will run out of maneuvering room to prevent the U.S. from broaching the government’s borrowing limit in October
Executive Vice President for Policy at the Professional Services Council, Stephanie Kostro, spoke to Federal Drive with Tom Temin for some advice.
The Treasury Department has failed for years to fix controls in the systems it uses to account for the country's finances.
With a short-term continuing resolution nearly inevitable to start the upcoming fiscal year, the White House submitted a lengthy list of budget anomalies it believes Congress should include in a temporary stop-gap funding bill.
September promises to be something of a mess on Capitol Hill. Federal agencies and contractors are already figuring Congress won't pass 2022 appropriations on time.
Leaders are stressing the importance of a positive workplace culture within organizations to address all forms of insider threat.
Joanne Woytek, the program director for NASA SEWP, said understanding how NIST SP 800-161 and ISO 20243 can work together will help agencies and contractors.
The House Oversight and Reform Committee on Thursday approved $12 billion for federal electric vehicles as part of the $3.5 trillion budget reconciliation package proposed by Democrats.
An aide for the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee said the panel is planning to hold a hearing on the Merit Systems Protection Board nominees in the coming weeks.
Agencies across the government are looking at AI to speed things up and improve mission delivery. But it can be misused. For how federal agencies can keep AI honest, the program lead for the artificial intelligence security initiative at the University of California Berkley, Jessica Newman.
It took a lot of technology work to keep the government operating remotely through the pandemic. But what about the finances of it all?