Employees of contractor claim co-workers engaged in lewd behavior jeopardizing the security of the U.S. embassy in Kabul.
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As purchases balloon, the president orders up a procurement overhaul.
Cost-reimbursement agreements are prevalent, despite OMB’s warning about potential for waste and abuse.
Meeting could be the first in a series of talks designed to inform the administration's evolving strategy on bioterrorism.
While budget woes leave future space missions in question, the department’s cloud computing programs could help curb costs.
Homeland Security’s new policy does not require reasonable suspicion, to the dismay of civil liberties groups.
More than 4,500 government employees and contractors have pledged to turn off computers, monitors and printers on Aug. 27.
Site will allow employees to come together online and discuss how to improve the agency.
Frequent deployments and heavy demand for skills prompts annual incentive program.
From Nextgov.com: Agencies frustrated with unclear guidance on reducing external IT network connections
Technology leaders blame poor communication among OMB and other departments for haphazard efforts to comply with Trusted Internet Connections initiative.