In today’s Federal Newscast, the Interior Department cleared brush and dead trees on double the amount called for in a 2018 presidential executive order.
The commission is looking at a strategy built around deterrence through punishment. If retaliation for cyber attacks are swift, decisive, consistent and public adversaries will be less likely to instigate attacks.
The United States is preparing for retaliation from Iran, but what does that mean for federal employees?
With a Defense secretary confirmed and a deputy secretary in the wings, Pentagon officials said they’ll prioritize filling the rest of DoD’s vacant political positions.
In today’s Federal Newscast, a new Gallup poll shows three in four Americans say USPS is doing a good or excellent job.
Frustrated with a lack of a single, governmentwide strategy on curbing large-scale cyber threats, a bipartisan group of lawmakers has launched a public-private partnership aimed at filling some of the gaps left by an amalgam of White House and agency policies.
The Trump administration’s proposal for creating a Space Force as a new military service encountered bipartisan skepticism in the Senate
Last year the Senate passed a protection bill but nothing happened in the House. Now Sen. Angus King (I-Maine) has co-sponsored a new bill he hopes will have better prospects.
The Senate Committee on Energy & Natural Resources wanted more explanation for the Energy and Interior department’s plans under the White House government reorganization proposal.
A former White House IT official tapped by the Trump administration to head a new Energy Department cybersecurity office says she intends to make the agency a more competitive recruiter for top talent.