The new year brings a host of people on the move, including a new deputy CIO at the Defense Department and a familiar face leading the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s IT office.
In today’s Top Federal Headlines, Maryland’s two Senators write the Office of Personnel Management to express the concern they’re hearing from federal employees about the dramatic premium increases for the program.
The Defense Department plans to eventually buy nearly 2,000 F-35s. The FAA has registered some 500,000 drones.
In today’s Top Federal headlines, a new bill gives agencies more options to hire new talent, and another major IT contract is stalled by protests.
The agency caught heat for how long it took to issue the rules. Now it’s uncorked an industry ready to pop.
OPM allowed each federal agency to decide how it would deal with the ongoing Metro Safetrack maintenance plan. Here’s how they’ve responded.
Defense Secretary Ash Carter has aired his grievances over certain provisions in the House and Senate defense authorization bills.
For the EPA and other agencies, smart phones, wireless connectivity and the development of cheap, accurate, radio-equipped sensors combine to rev up the power of citizen science.
If you work for the federal government, what are the odds your job will be outsourced? Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says it’s round-up-the-usual-suspects time.
Congress is talking about privatizing the air traffic control system. Senior Correspondent Mike Causey has one suggestion before members actually vote.