The document refocuses objectives from the country’s 2016 computing plan.
There is “a long history of resistance” to inspectors general from the administrations in which they serve, says Paul Light.
The legislation would require law enforcement agencies to obtain a warrant before conducting facial recognition surveillance.
The figure is the lowest since July 2018 and marks the fifth consecutive month that the number has dropped.
Labor law experts say a memo granting the Federal Labor Relations Authority the ability to fire members of the Federal Service Impasses Panel undermines the law establishing the two boards.
Amazon will fight over the $10 billion cloud contract that the Pentagon awarded to Microsoft in October.
USPS is no longer seeing accelerating growth from its shipping and package business.
Lawmakers in Michigan want the Department of Transportation to study the feasibility of adding beet juice to road salt to treat icy roads in the winter.
Three of the four initial focus areas are ready to move beyond the standards-setting phase to implementation, with GSA’s payroll program leading the way.
The report is the second this year to substantiate allegations of illegal political retaliation against civil servants at State.
For a City That Didn’t Burn, Challenges Continue a Year After California’s Most Destructive Wildfire
Officials say the city of Chico is strained by the influx of newcomers displaced by last year’s Camp Fire—but as a place untouched by wildfires, they aren't eligible for emergency funds to help with the sudden population growth.
After getting fired for sexual harassment in the workplace, many harassers are able to come back to work because of weak company policies.
Actors from Russia, Ukraine, Bulgaria, Macedonia, and elsewhere gain access to online forums by impersonating vets they find online
If Medicare is expanded to cover all Americans, someone will have to do the back-office work the insurance companies now perform.
The independent report made 58 recommendations, ranging from significant changes to the city’s management of human resources to increased workplace violence prevention training.
The low-powered presentation tool/dangerous children’s toy is becoming a weapon of choice for protesters around the world trying to take down or disable surveillance tech.
The whistleblower’s team disputes the allegations.
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