In today's Federal Newscast, the Department of Defense's head of cyber policy is warning that the Pentagon's cyber force is still not enough to protect the U.S. and its allies.
Argue the facts and the reasoning, not the character of the person who made a decision.
The Federal Accounting Standards Advisory Board has proposed several changes to how agencies account for leasing.
By the reckoning of the Government Accountability Office, over the last two decades it has saved the government more than $1 trillion and recommended 25,000 improvements.
Over on Capitol Hill with the lame duck session has both the current and the future to deal with. The pandemic is returning to a boil, and so are the calls for some sort of relief bill.
In today's Federal Newscast, more Pentagon employees are being told to telework because of an uptick in coronavirus infections in the National Capital Region.
The strategy, which is about 80% complete, will describe between nine and 11 distinct lines of effort to connect the military's sensors and 'shooters' into a cohesive network.
Moving ships and submarines from point A to point B requires a careful ballet of many interconnected systems. Behind those systems are engineers.
At the county, city and town levels, governments often employ professional administrators hired by elected boards. Black public administrators sometimes face special challenges.
A stunning new museum devoted to Army history opened its doors. Now, the Army's own museum enterprise wants to divest itself of a surplus of more than a half million artifacts.
In today's Federal Newscast, four Democrat House lawmakers and 41 Democrat senators are demanding GSA Administrator Emily Murphy brief them on her rationale for not ascertaining the election results.
In one sense the big carrier relies on its nuclear power plant. But it's the sailors that really make it go.
The Defense Counterintelligence and Security Agency is a little more than a year old, and it's still adding more mission areas. It recently acquired the legacy security clearance IT system from the Office of Personnel Management and the program office responsible for building a new one.
As chief information officer of the National Institutes of Health, Andrea Norris oversees a far flung operation. Her leadership has helped the agency get through the extraordinary challenge imposed by the pandemic.