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Permanent hybrid environments will require agencies to give teleworkers capabilities identical to what they have in the office. Here are the three critical requirements to make that possible.
The Department of Homeland Security said it used cloud technologies and the security tools to maximize the capability of teleworkers and field workers even before the pandemic.
EPA Chief Information Officer Vaughn Noga expects the agency to move toward a hybrid model, and how well his office can serve both office workers and remote workers will be the measure for success.
Despite the scattered arrangement of State Department employees around the world, going to a remote and hybrid work environment during the pandemic was less challenging than IT officials expected.
Lawmakers are skeptical about progress on multifactor authentication, endpoint detection and other capabilities mandated by the cybersecurity executive order.
Malicious actors have found that they can manipulate these digitized systems with the possibility of damaging water infrastructure or even changing the way it’s treated to introduce harmful chemicals.
The Senate could vote tomorrow on a $40 billion military aid package for Ukraine. It’s already passed the House. Whatever happens, it will require contracts and contractors.
In today’s Federal Newscast, House lawmakers want to change how cost-of-living adjustments, or COLAs, are calculated for many federal retirees.
Former officials call the Energy Department’s decision not to name a political appointee to lead its Office of Cybersecurity, Energy Security and Emergency Response (CESER) a mistake.
The 2023 proposal includes $12.1 billion additional dollars for pandemic preparedness, and an additional $5 billion to stand up the new Advanced Research Project Agency for Health (ARPA-H).
The new EHR has proven to be a heavy lift, especially when it comes to a realistic and enforceable schedule.
In today’s Federal Newscast, the Postal Service settles another lawsuit stemming from the 2020 presidential election.