In today's Federal Newscast: Some House Republicans are demanding eight years of Energy Department data, about employees who might have violated conflict-of-interest rules. GAO said the Defense Department still needs to work on fixing its privatized military housing. And AFGE membership continues to grow.
The director of CESER and Energy's CIO talk about their respective efforts in the wake of the Biden administration's national cyber strategy.
In today's Federal Newscast: The Census Bureau didn't spend as much as once thought. Another bridge across the valley of death is being built for small-business contractors. And agencies are making progress on the President's Management Agenda.
Current and former federal technology experts offer their take on why House lawmakers will be more active with oversight and what are some of the emerging hot topics over the next 12 months.
Current and former federal technology executives say software supply chain security emerged as one of the biggest challenges last year given both the attention by the White House and ongoing cyber concerns.
Within the last year, President Biden signed an executive order designed to establish the federal government as a leader in sustainability, vowing to reduce greenhouse gas emissions across government operations and invest in clean energy.
One of the top goals of the climate crowd is development of a new jet fuel. Now a group of federal department and agencies has launched a public challenge to develop such a fuel and the infrastructure to support it. It's called the Sustainable Aviation Fuel Grand Challenge.
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President Joe Biden picked 233 federal employees across 33 agencies as winners of the 2022 Presidential Rank Awards.
OPM is prioritizing early-career recruitment, as the federal government trails the private sector in its percentage of millennial and Generation Z employees in the workforce.
The infrastructure spending bill enacted earlier this year includes $7.5 billion to install chargers for electric cars. In response, the energy and transportation departments set up a joint office.
Kshemendra Paul, the VA's first permanent chief data officer, is leaving the agency in November to join the Energy Department as an assistant inspector general.
In this exclusive webinar edition of Ask the CIO, Dan Elmore, the executive director of the Idaho National Lab Wireless Security Institute in the Energy Department, said agencies need to better understand the potential impact of 5G on their mission areas.
National Renewable Energy Laboratory has been working on a study that tries to map out the ways in which land-based aviation infrastructure will need to change to make concepts like electric powered aircraft practical.