The first cohort of provisionally approved cybersecurity assessors starts training August 31st.
Data is one of the government’s strategic assets. But Big Data can get too big, and now data leaders have been talking about data downsizing.
You can forgive federal contractors for a little confusion. There’s a new White House executive order on use of immigrant labor.
Leading thinkers have proffered the idea of a national data service. The Data Foundation says it would support the goal of evidence-based decision making.
In today’s Federal Newscast, federal employees are learning a little more about the paid parental leave program.
The document establishes what the new service is and where it will go from here.
As Congress debates, to put it politely, what if anything should be in a next pandemic relief legislation, some members are starting to ask if they and their staffs ought to be tested for the pesky germ.
Billions from the CARES Act, passed in March and intended for struggling non-profits, are still bottled up in bureaucracy.
IRS staff members knew ahead of time that some of the individual payments for pandemic relief would go to the deceased because of how timely vital records data comes in from Social Security.
In today’s Federal Newscast, a bipartisan group of senators is pushing for more funding for the National Institutes of Health.
Though the Office of Personnel Management said it still plans to maintain management over its headquarters in Washington, D.C., through fiscal 2021, the agency’s inspector general has several concerns about the plans for the General Services Administration to operate and maintain the building.
Artificial intelligence is steadily making its way into federal agency operations. A problem is that it can introduce unwanted biases.
The Environmental Protection Agency is running a program to test chemicals that can clean surfaces and keep them clean.
It might be critical, but infrastructure in the United States has remained stubbornly difficult to protect from cyber and physical attacks.