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Lance Cottrell, chief scientist at Ntrepid, shows government workers how to remain anonymous online. (Daniel Woolfolk/Staff) [Read More]
Former Health and Human Services Chief Information Officer Beth Killoran took up a new position at the General Services Administration Nov. 13. [Read More]
A new certification process out of the Office of Personnel Management will give agencies more flexibility for evaluating senior-level employee performance. [Read More]
Unions are taking the Department of Veterans Affairs to court over a policy decision to exempt certain types of employees from using official time. [Read More]
One JEDI protest down ... many, many more likely to go. [Read More]
Legislation and administrative guidance requires federal agencies to make certain changes to empower their chief information officers, but some agencies lack the plans required to... [Read More]
Amazon's new Washington-area headquarters will be a significant draw for IT professionals, which could both hurt and help the tech and cyber vacancies at federal... [Read More]
The wait for the NGEN recompete continues. [Read More]
The FBI abruptly changed decade-old plans to relocate employees out of the crumbling J. Edgar Hoover headquarters building. [Read More]
Members of both the Senate and House have expressed opposition to proposed privatization of the U.S. Postal Service. [Read More]
The Combined Federal Campaign of the National Capital Area celebrated three Heroes Award winners and highlighted improvements to the charitable giving system for 2018. [Read More]
The Navy's breaking the network with its Next Generation Enterprise Network contract re-compete. [Read More]
The Census Bureau's cost estimates for the 2020 Census don't meet all reliability standards, according to the Government Accountability Office. [Read More]
The Presidential Management Fellows program has attracted 40 classes of future leaders to federal service. [Read More]
After more than a decade, agencies still struggle to resolve widespread acquisition challenges. [Read More]
There's a growing chorus demanding answers for the $10 billion cloud contract, and one big voice just joined. [Read More]
As Hurricane Florence closed in on the Carolinas, the Office of Personnel Management reminded agencies that they have workplace and leave flexibility to accommodate employees... [Read More]
Fiscal year 2019 funding for the Technology Modernization Fund won't change the planned uses for the money, according to TMF officials. [Read More]
Internal controls at the EPA failed to account for over $22,000 in employee debt waiver applications, according to an inspector general report. [Read More]
Initiatives like technology modernization and automation are some of the reasons some federal workers will have to train for new kinds of jobs. [Read More]