Kristin Seaver steps in to the CIO and executive vice president roles after spending the last two-plus years working as the vice president of area operations for the Capital Metro Area.
The Defense Department will begin a phased approach to over-the-air credential authentications this summer.
National security expert and former congressman Mike Rogers said he wants intelligence agencies to be more aggressive in information gathering, and for everyone else to let them.
Depending on whose numbers you believe, federal workers are either overpaid by 34 percent or underpaid by 25 percent compared to the private sector.
The Diversity and Inclusion Strategy for 2016-19 sets a three-year course for the CIA to embrace and integrate diversity into its workforce.
To change its culture, the CIA is focusing on the training, recruitment and broad support of its employees. Kimberly Ofobike, the deputy chief of the CIA’s modernization team, said the new talent center of excellence will help lead this people-focused effort.
The new Directorate for Digital Innovation launched Oct. 1 with a goal of integrating mission and enterprise technology to spur the development of tools and techniques.
Latest declassification project lets you see most of what two Presidents held and read from the CIA. But too much is redacted, a half-century later.
In today’s news, federal employees can begin signing up for the self-plus one option in the Federal Employee Health Benefits Program when the annual open season starts Nov. 9, Defense Secretary Ash Carter isn’t planning for sequestration as he works with the military services for the 2017 budget planning cycle, and four senators have repeated their call for President Barack Obama to name a permanent inspector general at the Veterans Affairs Department.
Campaign leaders hope a renewed sense of optimism will spur federal employees to dig deep on donations.