TSA Administrator David Pekoske managed to mostly reassure lawmakers, with one major exception: they aren’t pleased about the agency’s decision to redact certain documents, and its refusal to turn over others in response to a subpoena.
A toxic culture among leadership at the Transportation Security Administration is decimating employee morale and retention, according to a new report from the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee.
DHS is starting to share more information about how two new programs, DHS’ cloud steering group and its Cloud Factory, will work together to accelerate and standardize DHS’ push to the cloud.
The Health and Human Services Department is taking a page out the playbook of major retailers, and it’s using blockchain to make it happen.
Internal Revenue Service enforcement operations brought in $2.6 billion more in 2017 than in 2016, despite a continually shrinking staff. But that doesn’t necessarily mean the IRS is getting better at doing less with more.
The Office of Personnel Management reminded agencies that they have a number of flexibilities available to them to deal with employees displaced by Hurricane Florence on the East Coast and Tropical Storm Olivia in Hawaii.
FEMA is the most familiar federal player in the drama of disaster response, but other agencies from the Coast Guard to USDA to USGS are pitching in to the effort to respond to Hurricane Florence and other natural disasters.
A new High Risk series report from the Government Accountability Office took the federal government to task over its lack of action on cybersecurity issues, but House lawmakers passed a few bills that aimed at improving the situation.
NASA has always faced unique challenges among the federal community because of the nature of its mission. Now those challenges are extending to its IT modernization efforts.
While most people only think of the final few moments of a launching a NASA spacecraft, the full process spans two well-choreographed days.