While the USPS Fairness Act would remove an “onerous requirement” for USPS to pre-fund its retiree health benefits, the legislation by itself would do nothing to remedy the agency’s cash flow problems or its long-term financial position.
The budget the Pentagon will propose next week includes $5.7 billion in program cancellations throughout DoD’s “fourth estate,” in addition to more than $2 billion in programs it wants to move to the control of the military services.
The Space Force is making sure its human capital ducks are in a row as it sets up.
North Dakota’s Gov. Doug Burgum picked a state CIO with similar unconventional traits. Shawn Riley overcame a difficult upbringing, started his own company at 16, and now with Burgum’s support leads the state’s IT renaissance.
In today’s Federal Newscast, the Office of Management and Budget releases the job posting to fill the federal deputy chief information officer’s position.
After years of broader postal reform bills failing to pass, the House this week will vote on a measure to repeal the Postal Service’s mandate to pre-fund health care benefits for future retirees.
An inaugural NDIA report says defense industry is financially strong and generally competitive, but points to workforce, cybersecurity challenges.
Veterans Affairs Secretary Robert Wilkie on Wednesday defended the firing of his deputy secretary, describing the removal as a “simple business decision.”
Better government service is an always-moving target.
In today’s Federal Newscast, media reports indicate that J. David Patterson is removing himself from consideration.
While the intent of the Hatch Act provisions restricting federal workers may be sound, the result is, in effect, muzzling many federal workers and depriving them of their First Amendment rights
There’s new research into the future of government from Ernst and Young, and the Partnership for Public Service.
In today’s Federal Newscast, the General Services Administration’s Inspector General found that all 11 of the child care centers it audited failed to meet minimum federal security standards.
Gundeep Ahluwalia, the Labor Department’s CIO, said the money spent on legacy technology has dropped by 10% over the last few years thanks in part to creating a common platform and setting guidelines.