The State Department, as part of an agency-wide modernization effort, is focused on using its vast inventory to further its diplomatic mission.
Maria Roat, the deputy federal chief information officer, said four agencies proved chat and calendar sharing capabilities was possible.
Federal Drive with Tom Temin spoke to Allie Swanson from the Bureau of International Environmental and Scientific Affairs, and to Zoohackathon Program Manager Tory Peabody.
Monica Matthews, HUD chief human capital officer, said the Office of Community Planning and Development (CPD) created a twofold strategy for greater diversity, equity, inclusion – and accessibility – in the realm of talent acquisition.
An annual survey of CDOs finds common hurdles, like workforce challenges, change management and funding make it harder to get work done.
Even though President Joe Biden reversed many of the policies of his predecessor Donald Trump, there's one thing the administration has held on to, much to the chagrin of Congress.
The Advisory Committee on Data for Evidence Building, in a meeting Friday, outlined its recommendations to create a National Secure Data Service, which would give vetted researchers access to sensitive government data for statistical purposes.
The Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board currently lacks the membership necessary to issue reports and start new projects.
Illegal fishing is bad, not just for fish populations. It can threaten food supplies, the marine ecosystem, even geopolitical stability.
For several years, agency acquisition shops have been getting more comfortable with buying outside of the Federal Acquisition Regulation.
As encrypted ledger technology continues to creep into the federal government, new legislation would prepare agencies for further adoption.
For what it's all about, Federal Drive with Tom Temin turned to the the director of the Law Library editorial and publishing office, Luis Acosta, and law library senior legal information specialist, Stephen Mayeaux.
In today's Federal Newscast, the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration says a high number of IT workers at the IRS are eligible to retirement.
A series of bills making their way through Congress look to improve agency cybersecurity, location and contractor relations.