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 make those changes, a watchdog report found.
One JEDI protest down ... many, many more likely to go.
A new certification process out of the Office of Personnel Management will give agencies more flexibility for evaluating senior-level employee performance.
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Trump said his travel schedule and official business stopped him from attending.
Lawyers for Maria Butina and prosecutors in Washington made the disclosure in a joint court filing, the first acknowledgement that the 30-year-old is potentially working on a plea deal or some other conclusion to her case.
The nomination would require Senate confirmation. Senators approved Andrew Wheeler as the agency's deputy administrator in a 53-45 vote last April.
Former Health and Human Services Chief Information Officer Beth Killoran took up a new position at the General Services Administration Nov. 13.
Trey Glenn was appointed in August 2017 to serve as chief of the Environmental Protection Agency's regional office in Atlanta, which oversees operations in eight states stretching from the Carolinas to Mississippi.
John Bolton's top aide is headed for a new job.
1,150 auditors worked over the last year digging through the department, but what did they find?