The Biden administration is putting its management vision for the federal government into greater focus.
The White House’s fiscal 2023 budget request includes $65 billion for federal civilian IT spending, including big increases for DHS, OPM and SBA.
The departments of Commerce and Housing and Urban Development, at the Biden administration's urging, are planning to bring tens of thousands of federal employees back to the office starting April 25.
The Small Business Administration is planning to shed the equivalent of more than 3,400 full-time employees as part of its budget request for fiscal 2023.
The administration is asking Congress for $1.58 trillion for defense and non-defense discretionary accounts, $70 billion more than fiscal 2022 enacted appropriations.
In today's Federal Newscast: Federal agency CIOs are finalizing plans to create and fund a zero-trust architecture. A former head of the TSA has died. And you can now sport ombre nails while in a Marine Corps uniform.
Nearly a year after President Joe Biden signed off on an expansive cybersecurity executive order, officials are grappling with the difficult task of taking secure software standards and applying them to the vast array of software agencies buy.
Good behavior can get a con out of prison. Good behavior can also get your program off the Government Accountability Office's never-ending list of high-risk federal programs.
Federal employees and contractors will soon be able to obtain or update their Personal Identity Verification (PIV) cards at post offices outside the D.C. metro area.
The $1.5 trillion omnibus spending bill for fiscal 2022 directs agencies to brief lawmakers on a variety of federal workforce issues in the coming months.
A task force established by the Biden administration has issued dozens of recommendations for unionizing federal agencies and contractors. Will it have any effect?
In today's Federal Newscast, a national shortage of truck drivers hits home for the Postal Service.
The Technology Modernization Fund made its first awards since September and only second set of awards from the $1 billion Congress allocated in the 2021 American Rescue Plan Act.
Russia's invasion of Ukraine is motivating lawmakers to pass a raft of federal cyber legislation, including incident reporting requirements, FISMA modernization and more.