The NSA’s adviser on equality says workforce diversity is improving as the agency attempts to balance its mission with the men and women hired to help it succeed.
The intelligence community and private industry are pooling their efforts to fight rising threats to national cybersecurity.
GSA officials want feedback on new digital tools designed to help acquisition workers cut back on cost and time when choosing contracts.
Contractors, government relationship feeling the impact of cutting-edge technology, resulting in potentially cheaper and more efficient manufacturing.
Congress returns after its August recess needing to complete 12 spending bills, deal with a looming fiscal deadline, and focus on cybersecurity and DoD issues.
Within the $219 million budget is money to speed up the board’s cybersecurity plans and prepare for changes to the military retirement system. The board is also considering automatic escalation of contribution levels.
Secretary John McHugh said an impending budget showdown coupled with a reduction in forces could have a serious impact on the Army’s readiness.
Sen. Tom Carper (D-Del.) has introduced legislation to help the Postal Service recover from its financial woes, revitalize employee morale and restore the public’s faith in the agency.
The Department of Housing and Urban Development is the latest agency to get on board with “succession planning.”
A new plan that would keep the government open through Dec. 11 is beginning to emerge. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) introduced a clean, short-term continuing resolution that does not include language that would defund Planned Parenthood.