Office of Personnel Management Director Dale Cabaniss urged agency heads over the weekend to "ensure that written telework agreements are in place for as many employees as possible," and encouraged agencies to extend ad hoc telework agreements to all telework eligible employees.
The tax agency's update on an acquisition pilot gave insight into lessons learned and discussed what's in store for future projects.
The military is focused on developing a communications network concept to connect every service, but defining the concept, rather than coordination, is the challenge.
Multiple members of the Department of Homeland Security Office of Inspector General are accused of hatching a plot to steal government software and databases to underpin a new system they planned to sell back to the government.
Separately, a group of Senate Democrats urged the Office of Personnel Management to assure federal employees and contractors that they won't face any discipline or adverse employment actions for following official guidance on when to stay home from work.
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Two agencies made different calls on their significant conference events as the coronavirus outbreak evolves.
At a Senate hearing and a press conference, officials faced questions on whether the President of the United States is unhelpfully downplaying the severity of the coronavirus outbreak.
The organization's election security role is expanding as cybersecurity threats evolve.
Watchdogs remain concerned that needed infrastructure upgrades are lagging behind the VA's deployment schedule for its new electronic health record system.
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