DHS’ headquarters consolidation project is bleeding money, behind schedule and doing anything but bringing components together.
House Homeland Security Committee lawmakers tell DHS its fourth attempt to modernize financial systems has to be better.
More than 3,500 people submitted applications ahead of the Homeland Security Department’s latest major hiring event.
Homeland Security Department management said they’re now requiring documentation and life cycle cost estimations for all major acquisition programs. It’s a big step for DHS. But while the Government Accountability Office says DHS has improved, it needs to focus on the details.
The Homeland Security Department drew large crowds to its first-ever tech and cybersecurity job fair in Washington this week. The department interviewed applicants, made tentative offers and started the security clearance review process on the spot for about 150 talented candidates.
Leaders at the Homeland Security Department say they need industry’s help to meet agency mission, and modernize the department’s acquisition and cybersecurity efforts.
Federal shared IT and other services make all the sense in the world. So why aren’t more agencies doing it? And what will it take to expand use of shared services?
The Office of Management and Budget is close to finalizing Circular A-123, which will require an enterprise approach to risk management.
A congressional authority to hire 1,000 new cybersecurity professionals is prompting the Homeland Security Department, along with the Defense Department and Office of Personnel Management, to develop non-traditional ways to recruit and retain new talent.
House lawmakers criticized the Homeland Security Department’s mismanagement over the last 12 years of its initiative to modernize and consolidate its HR systems, saying the agency spent $180 million over the last 12 years and received few benefits.