In today's Federal Newscast, the largest federal employee union has some ideas of how to address the Defense Department's skill gaps.
The ZTE, Huawei ban is proving challenging for vendors doing business in countries where China-built networks are almost literally the only way to connect to the rest of the world.
After noting some big corruption enforcement cases, lawyers at one firm are telling clients, including federal contractors, to get ready for increased levels of investigations and enforcement.
The federal government funds a lot of research and development each year, but not all of it. Yet protection of R&D intellectual property from foreign adversaries is a concern.
The order also creates "central review of agency waivers" of Buy American, with the General Services Administration posting them on a website.
In today's Federal Newscast, GSA is removing all drones from Multiple Award Schedule Contracts that do not have the approval of the Defense Department.
A National Academies panel commissioned by the State Department shed new light on a disturbing and still mysterious episode of employees in the Cuban embassy reporting headaches, pressure, nausea, strange piercing noises, and cognitive problems from a directed source.
U.S. government agencies and private companies rushed Monday to secure their computer networks following the disclosure of a sophisticated and long-running cyber-espionage intrusion suspected of being carried out by Russian hackers
With some details, Todd Harrison, senior fellow and director of defense budget analysis at the Center for Strategic and International Studies, joined Federal Drive with Tom Temin.
In today's Federal Newscast, the chairman of the House Armed Services Committee has questions about his fellow Democrat’s choice to lead the Pentagon.
At 245 years old, the Army remains a fundamental unit of national security. But it must modernize to many changes and technology and in the world threat situation.
The focus may be about to turn from whether its supply chains are cyber secure to how reliant contractors are on foreign sources of supply.
Govini CEO Tara Murphy Dougherty spoke with Jared Serbu about an analysis the DoD did on the supply base of the agency's more than 1,000 Tier One vendors.
While 5G could have major implications for the economy, intelligence and cybersecurity agency officials warn that moving more core functions to the edge of networks could create a larger attack surface for adversaries.