Top officials at the National Background Investigations Bureau and the Pentagon’s Defense Security Service tried to ensure lawmakers that the transfer of the governmentwide security clearance portfolio will be as seamless as possible.
Some experts say there’s more bipartisan agreement on federal issues than appears at first glance.
The chairman of the House Armed Services Committee said he’s confident President Trump will sign a “minibus” package of 2019 spending bills, despite threats to veto in the last round of budget talks.
With new Rapid Sustainment Office, Air Force looks to cut costs it pays to vendors for boutique parts that it could manufacture on its own.
In today’s Federal Newscast, the Federal Acquisition Regulation Council creates a new rule to enforce the Homeland Security Department’s ban on Kaspersky Lab, a Russian cybersecurity company
Amid “battle for talent” in the military’s maintenance facilities, officials press for a relaxation of restrictions on hiring civilians
The House Armed Services Committee’s version of the annual Defense bill lets DISA continue to operate, but it strips DISA’s acquisition, cyber defense missions.
In today’s Federal Newscast on Federal News Radio, the House Armed Services Committee kills a proposal aimed at exposing more details about government officials’ travel on military aircraft.
The Defense Department’s review of its current personnel authorities is late, but House lawmakers say they’re still some recruitment and retention challenges they want to tackle in next year’s authorization act.
Rep. Mac Thornberry’s (R-Texas) plan to cut seven DoD agencies would affect some 200,000 civilian employees, but it would also affect quite a few contractors too.