New report from nonpartisan commission will suggest the federal government establish a certifying body to test skills of potential hires.
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Lt. Gen. James Clapper might not be a popular choice with some lawmakers, according to reports.
Many comment on the proposed rule change that would clarify functions suitable for outsourcing.
U.S. Cyber Command chief say nation needs precise rules of engagement to set standards for counterattacks to breaches of government data networks.
Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., vows to pass legislation this year to bar workplace discrimination based on a person's sexual orientation.
GSA’s 12 new office supply deals are designed to save agencies money and to facilitate more transactions with small businesses.
Two Republicans say the White House’s push for competition and cash awards wastes taxpayer money, but the White House and a federal manager say the investments are worthwhile.
Technology is better suited for agencies with basic security requirements rather than complex intelligence networks, observer says.
Auditors find serious oversight lapses in Energy’s weatherization assistance program.
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