Since Congress approved nearly $3 trillion in pandemic spending the Treasury Department, the bureau and the IRS have come together to get this money out as quickly and efficiently as possible.
The rapid expansion of the C-suite, along with the 30th anniversary of the CFO Act next year, has led agency financial officials to contemplate what they would like to see revised or updated in the law.
In today’s Federal Newscast, NASA and GSA both saw increases in their technology services and products sales.
The Labor Department is moving from 13 different HR offices, 26 different IT application organizations, four different procurement organizations and numerous personnel security offices down to one of each as part of its internal consolidation.
The President’s Management Agenda addressed the need for agencies to overhaul their approach to customer experience, but the Treasury Department has drafted a plan to put those ideas into practice.
Fred Nutt, President Donald Trump’s nominee to be the Office of Management and Budget controller, is no longer in the running for the position.
The Department of Homeland Security three years ago didn’t know how many employees it had working on a given mission at a particular time, nor did it know how many vacancies its components had. Today, that’s changing.
Associations and conference organizers say this partial government shutdown is different and is starting to impact their planning and execution of events, training and more.
Tony Cole, the CTO at Attivo Networks, explains how agencies can stop being one-step behind the cyber attackers.
The administration plans to update its shared services strategy in the December release of the President’s Management Agenda.