Continuing resolution to keep agencies open through Feb. 16 will face a tougher vote in the Senate.
State CIOs Want Federal Agencies to Get Out of Their Way NASCIO’s advocacy priorities cite duplicative and conflicting security ...
Business Groups Back 25-Cent Gas Tax Increase to Fund Infrastructure But there appears to be a limited appetite for such a proposal among ...
New, Temporary Federal Agency Will Push for National Service Commission will start national “conversation” to consider need to reinstate ...
Is 2018 the Year Congress Finally Passes 'Dig Once' Broadband Legislation? Advocates worry the allure of Trump’s elusive infrastructure ...
Kaspersky Seeks Immediate Halt to Federal Government Ban The procedural move is unlikely to prevail, a former cybercrime prosecutor says.
Democrats Want to Spend $500M on a New, Non-Trump Backed DHS Hiring Surge Senators take a different approach from the White House in ...
Looking Ahead: The Next Generation Tomahawk Missile for the U.S. Navy While the Navy has consistently relied on the Tomahawk missile as a ...
America Quietly Starts Nation-Building in Parts of Syria The U.S. has escalated its presence in the country, and has signaled no ...
Intelligence Community Contractors Gain Whistleblower Protections Advocacy groups have mixed reaction given reauthorization of ...
VA Begins Using Expedited Hiring Authority to Fill Array of Critical Positions Department is also offering large cash bonuses to recruit ...
What Happened at the Defense Department During the 2013 Shutdown Contractors and civilian employees will see furloughs.
Right and Left React to the Prospect of a Government Shutdown 12:54 AM ET New York Times Politics
Trump set to leave Washington ahead of shutdown deadline January 18 CNN politics
Trump is the 'most pro-life president in American history,' Pence says January 18 USA Today - Washington
WSJ: Cohen paid porn star through private LLC created just weeks before election January 18 CNN politics
OPM Can Lead the Transformation of Government Present circumstances have created a rare opportunity for the Office of Personnel Management. Read more
Women Still Underrepresented in the Highest-Paid Federal Jobs The situation has improved over the past decade, but it remains the case that the more a job pays, the more likely it is to be filled by a man. Read more
State of the Unions The Trump administration’s anti-labor agenda is breathing new life into federal employee unions. Read more
The Power of Data Analytics to Boost Government Performance Agencies that unlock the value of data through advanced analytics can drive efficiency, improve security and become more responsive to rapidly changing conditions.
Building a Brave New World: Interviews with Federal Tech Leaders on the Future of Cybersecurity The past several years have seen the federal government redoubling its efforts to protect enterprise data. To explore how organizations are navigating an increasingly complex threat environment, Government Business Council interviewed federal technology leaders on ongoing cybersecurity priorities, pitfalls, and considerations.
Migrating into the Future: Senior Federal Officials on Cloud Technology Challenges 'Cloud-first' policies have had a resounding impact throughout government, helping many federal agencies move away from legacy technology. To explore how organizations are driving the push towards a more effective and modernized IT infrastructure, Government Business Council interviewed federal technology leaders on ongoing cloud migration strategies, insights, and lessons learned.
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