Federal spending on information technology would increase 1.7 percent to $95.7 billion in fiscal 2018 under President Donald Trump’s budget proposal — up from $94.1 billion this year.
Government has seen a lot of changes in the 100 days since the inauguration. Find out which developments were the most important for the federal IT community.
The looming threat of a government shutdown means agencies are once again reviewing contingency plans — in the event that lawmakers don’t pass a spending bill by April 28. Here’s what you need to know.
In this week’s DorobekINSIDER: As Washington heads into spring, make sure agency is on top of these 4 important legislative issues on the horizon.
These five pieces of legislation could have a big impact on the federal workforce.
The first 100 days have been tumultuous thus far, but there are a few key topics govies at the state and local levels should focus on. Is your jurisdiction ready?
One of President-elect Donald Trump’s primary campaign promises was to reduce inefficiency and red tape in government. If he’s serious, here are some areas he and Congress may want to consider.
Politics aside, there are several proposed initiatives stated by President-elect Donald Trump during his campaign that will affect government employees across the board.
For many government agencies, managing the costs of supporting legacy technology and introducing new innovation has been challenging. To ease the financial burden of upgrading IT systems, U.S. Chief Information Officer Tony Scott has proposed the creation of a $3.1 billion IT Modernization Fund (ITMF).
A June U.S. Government Accountability Office report on 18F and USDS revealed that the groups are making positive changes in government but must continue working to improve in the future.