If you haven’t had a chance to look through the spending legislation for this fiscal year, we’ve highlighted some interesting points in the areas of IT and the federal workforce.
The Fourth U.S. National Action Plan for Open Government (NAP4) was released this month after a more than year-long delay. It offers eight key initiatives, a change from the 26, 23, and 40 initiatives published during the Obama administration, and applies for the next two years.
The 21st Century Integrated Digital Experience Act (IDEA) was signed into law on Dec. 20, 2018 to bridge the gaps with modernizing government agency technology and previously non-digital, paper-based processes. So what does that entail for government agencies?
Software licensing can be disordered, and understanding the risks involved can require time. How can agencies control the chaos and understand the risks?
Trump’s order instructs all federal agencies to prioritize and allocate funding for AI programs that serve their individual missions.
A new law strives to change the status quo by promoting modernization of government agency technology and previously non-digital, paper-based processes.
In an environment where cyber knowledge is more valuable than ever, two lawmakers have proposed legislation that would allow skilled cyber workers concentrated in one agency to tackle problems at other agencies.
Putting as much politics aside as possible, here are highlights of what government workers should know about the State of the Union.
Changes in federal government keep coming fast. That’s why GovLoop gives you monthly recaps of federal news that may affect agency management and employment.
Roughly a quarter of the federal government had been shut down for nearly five weeks before Friday’s announcement of a breakthrough.