Among the latest bills to move forward in the House and Senate committees on homeland security, government oversight and affairs committees is legislation that pushes government reorganization plans forward.
OMB’s 2017 FISMA report to Congress highlighted several areas where agencies have improved the security of their data and networks.
In today’s Federal Newscast, in the wake of a report which says corruption is getting worse, Acting Director of the Office of Government Ethics reminds federal employees about the oath they take to perform their duties.
In today’s Federal Newscast, the Office of Personnel Management released the first Quadrennial Federal Workforce Priorities Report.
The U.S. Postal Service delivers your mail and packages. And depending on the outcome of pending negotiations, your neighborhood letter carrier could also be your local census-taker.
Emily Murphy, the nominee to be the next administrator of the General Services Administration, received broad support from both sides of the aisle.
The Senate Homeland Security and Government Affairs committee passed the TSP Modernization Act of 2017, along with a handful of other bills that could soon affect the lives and careers of the federal workforce.
The Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee members will introduce and markup the Federal Information Security Modernization Act of 2014 Wednesday. The bill would require OMB to rescind a major section of Circular A-130 in order to fix long-standing complaints with FISMA’s reauthorization requirements.
In the fiscal 2015 budget request to Congress, the White House detailed 15 cross-agency priority goals and almost 100 agency-specific goals. The goals and new strategic plans are laying the groundwork for agencies to continue to improve mission delivery and operations over the next two years.
Senate lawmakers, White House officials and good government groups say the current way agencies develop regulations is broken. They agree it takes too long, is too complicated and not transparent enough.