More than a dozen Democratic senators signed a letter to the General Services Administration asking for an update on the agency’s work to modernize the government’s voting information platform.
The tour-of-duty positions will “act as firefighters” to address pressing challenges across the Department of Agriculture, according to the agency’s CIO.
The new online information service was mandated in 2010 legislation.
The agency plans to use the current “calm” in unemployment claims to better prepare for the next storm.
New legislation from Sens. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, and Angus King, I-Maine, would direct the Commerce Department to make “geographic information system data” on federal waterways available on a public website.
The White House-backed framework for forthcoming unemployment insurance legislation will retool the way states go after fraud and allows for for oversight of federal investments in UI systems and technology.
Bipartisan bills focused on government service delivery, contracting, custom code and more have recently been advanced out of committee.
New legislation mandates a governmentwide repository of records dealing with "unidentified anomalous phenomena."
Watchdog officials warned lawmakers that the community-based counseling centers for returning veterans use a platform for identifying those at high risk of suicide that is “neither effectively nor consistently utilized.”
Cracks are showing in the usual, bipartisan buy-in for oversight on FITARA progress.