Government shutdowns are the norm today, but it wasn’t always that way. A 1980 interpretation of the Antideficiency Act changed the way both the executive and legislative branches handled lapses in appropriations, and they haven’t looked back since.
Because of the pay freeze, federal employees living in the six new locality pay areas will have to wait at least another year before seeing any increase in their paychecks.
Artificial intelligence is at the top of the Navy’s list of new technologies that it wants to get involved with.
Mark Bunn, DHS’ TIC program manager, described some of the changes agencies can expect to see in TIC 3.0.
Norfolk Naval Shipyard is working on a priority list and a 20-year plan to begin upgrading its facilities, including buildings that date back to the 1830s, and equipment from the World War II era.
Some experts say there’s more bipartisan agreement on federal issues than appears at first glance.
DoD Comptroller David Norquist said the audit forced the department to embrace data analytics on a more granular level, and that’s enabling better decision-making.
USDA says it won’t make the 2020 deadline for transitioning to GSA’s EIS telecommunications contract, while HUD says it will be close.
As industry continues to await one final RFP, DISA is examining policy changes that will help it implement its DEOS contract.
The Army added almost 200 more vendors to its RS3 contract, a C4ISR vehicle that is replacing the R2-3G contract.