In today's Federal Newscast: The Defense Authorization Bill has been signed; We'll tell you about a few changes. Still on the Pentagon's Circumspect List: China, Russia, Iran, and North Korea. And in COVID news, more sailors test positive, while 66 more marines are fired.
The Coast Guard is about to adopt an employee performance management program DHS is pushing to its components. For how this will affect employees, Coast Guard human resources specialist Brooke Lawson joined Federal Drive with Tom Temin.
Why is the Government Accountability Office testifying on the need for a national cyber strategy aimed at protecting critical infrastructure?
In today's Federal Newscast, the Department of Homeland Security is making its bug bounty pilot a permanent program.
Two senators remain concerned these agencies haven’t done more to tighten the flow of drugs, such as fentanyl, from coming into the United States, despite championing legislation that gives them the tools to do so.
What promises to be a long accounting for the federal response to the pandemic, it's already underway.
In today's Federal Newscast, the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency has new guidance for how to secure agencies' Twitter, Instagram and other social media accounts.
Soraya Correa, former chief procurement officer for the Department of Homeland Security joins host Aileen Black on Leaders and Legends to discuss her long career in the federal government, and the keys to being an effective leader.
Online events are here to stay, and with good reason. But some occasions demand in-person, and it's time already.
In today's Federal Newscast, the General Services Administration is looking for artists to spruce up a new headquarters for the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency.
The new defense policy bill doesn't include quite as many sweeping changes for the broader civilian federal workforce as recent catch-all authorizations have. But the 2022 NDAA does provide two weeks of paid bereavement leave for federal employees.
DHS is setting minimum cybersecurity standards for critical companies in the transportation sector, with potentially more requirements on the way.
John Simms, the deputy branch chief of the Cybersecurity Assurance Branch in CISA, said all the guidance is helping agencies shift their cyber thinking away from the network and closer to the data.
The ransomware threat has spooked nearly everyone. A big unknown is how vulnerable your organization actually is to ransomware attacks.