When the Defense Department pulled down public availability of records from discharge review boards, that raised a lot of hackles among veterans.
Defense health IT officials say they’re seeing only about one-third the number of trouble tickets as they encountered during the initial wave of MHS Genesis deployments.
The Army’s General Fund Enterprise Business System will complete its migration to a commercial cloud next fiscal year, while VA will take another shot at moving to a consolidated financial management system this summer.
Nearly a million service members and veterans were hit by scammers in the last eight years.
In today’s Federal Newscast, IT security controls continue to be a material weakness for the financial management systems at the Department of Veterans Affairs.
Women in Cybersecurity founding member Mid-Atlantic Affiliate Amelia Estwick joined Federal Drive with Tom Temin to explain how it all works.
Though rare, procurement fraud is a persistent problem. Now a former Air Force procurement official has put together a book on the topic.
Veterans with service-related injuries too often find themselves in debt, incarcerated, even homeless. Sometimes they just need a lawyer.
Matthew Cornelius left the Office of Management and Budget after almost three years to become the executive director of the Alliance for Digital Innovation (ADI), an industry association, while USDA, OPM and the FCC gain new senior executives.
Congress is worried a 10-year, $2.5 billion financial management business transformation initiative is getting lost in the shuffle at the Department of Veterans Affairs, as several other IT initiatives consume the agency’s time and resources.
The VA will begin to run low on funds after the holidays.
Trying to improve mission delivery in a political mud bath just doesn’t work. That’s according to former Secretary of Veterans Affairs David Shulkin.
With the president’s three workforce executive orders now officially in play, federal employee unions say their implementation has varied widely across government, and Congress has taken notice.
FAA “culture of noncompliance” puzzles the Office of Special Counsel.