Federal News Network has confirmed that Jose Arrieta told senior leadership he would be leaving the agency after only 16 months.
If federal agencies were constantly on guard the past several years, as cyber-attacks grew in intensity and effectiveness, the past several months of the pandemic, has dumped fuel on that fire of fear and paranoia.
Right before the fifth anniversary of FITARA, VA gave its chief information officer the control over all IT spending across departments, leaving just four other CIOs without the same clout.
CenturyLink, Verizon and Granite Telecommunications submitted protests to the Government Accountability Office over task orders under the Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions (EIS) program.
Some exposed employees got the virus in the line of duty. Now they’re suing for extra pay.
The Defense Department raised its threshold for 8(a) sole source contracts to $100 million as required by the 2020 Defense authorization bill. While not related to coronavirus outbreak, the timing is important.
VA telehealth employee wonders why he can’t telework.
Jon Williams explains why the VA should instead focus its resources on increasing staff and modernizing its information technology capabilities.
In today’s Federal Newscast, IT security controls continue to be a material weakness for the financial management systems at the Department of Veterans Affairs.
Agencies have about a month to deliver a website modernization strategy to Congress, one of several major due dates for the 21st Century IDEA Act.