A national order from OSHA would bring all states under the same rules, since even states with independent agencies must meet or exceed the federal standard.
Federal departments continue to roll out their rosters of officials tapped by the new administration.
A privacy expert called the disclosure “alarming.”
The “paramount concern is the health and safety of all federal employees, on-site contractors, and individuals interacting with the federal workforce,” OMB said.
The order seeks to close existing loopholes and creates a new oversight regime, including a GSA-hosted website to post waivers publicly.
Vivek Kundra joins the GovExec Daily podcast to discuss the future of public sector cloud computing.
He directed his administration to work on an executive order within his first 100 days.
Federal hiring managers are asking applicants whether they’re qualified for open positions but aren’t getting hard data to back that up.
Those are among 500 terabytes of records from the former president that the agency’s curating.
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Technology never stands still, so building new solutions based on requirements drafted in the past will always result in out of data solutions.
After steering several AI policies in 2020, the nascent group is embarking on a new agenda.
Official says a selection of the first contractors to be audited will be vetted by members of the new administration.
Pete Buttigieg’s addressed challenges and tech issues before senators Thursday.
While technology is not the main focus of the pandemic response plan, collecting and disseminating more data is a recurring theme.
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