House GOP Passes Debt Ceiling Bill That Puts Tens of Thousands of Federal Jobs At Risk

Biden vows to veto the measure that would avoid a default but is coupled with steep spending cuts.

New Cyber Reports Will Show the Value of CISA Budget Investments, Director Says

Cyber incident reports will be shared with the agency under the soon-to-be implemented requirements of the Cyber Incident Reporting for Critical Infrastructure Act.

Biden Administration Seeks $26B in Cyber Funding for FY 2024

President Biden’s fiscal year 2024 budget aligns with the recently released national cybersecurity strategy by “investing in a whole-of-nation approach,” according to the acting national cyber director.

White House Seeks $74 Billion for Federal Civilian IT in 2024

The administration is proposing a nearly $10 billion bump in federal spending to achieve its modernization goals, including several significant increases in spending on IT and cybersecurity at civilian agencies.

NASA Unveils $27B Budget Plan to Support Mars Missions and Beyond 

The requested budget is a 7.1% increase from NASA’s fiscal year 2023 enacted budget.

Details of Budget’s R&D Funding Emphasizes Emerging Tech

Agency officials involved in developing emerging technologies described how funding AI, quantum information systems and biotechnologies are all priority items within the 2024 Budget.

These Are the 11 Most Significant Agency and Program Reforms in Biden's Budget

See how the president is prioritizing his proposed budget increases at nearly every agency in government.

New Biden Budget Calls for Historic Clean Energy and Emerging Tech Investments

The White House’s fiscal year 2024 budget wants more U.S. funding for emerging tech, as well as its application in gov’t operations. 

White House Budget Seeks to Bolster US Tech Development, Modernize Standards

The Biden administration’s fiscal year 2024 budget request would, in part, boost federal spending to address “the ongoing cyber threat” and “modernize services” across government.

Accountability and Cost Efficiency Goals Amplified in President Biden’s $6.9 Trillion Budget Proposal

This is just a wish list, as the administration still has to hammer out an agreement with a divided Congress.

Biden Reportedly Will Propose a 5.2% Pay Raise for Feds in 2024

This would mark the largest boost federal employees have seen since the Carter administration, but still falls short of union and Democrats’ demands.

America’s Scientific and Tech Leadership Hinges on Funding, Personnel

A House hearing examined the needs of the U.S.’s scientific assets amidst tensions with China and the development of a National Science and Technology Strategy.

NIST Facilities ‘Well Overdue’ for Modernization, Report Says 

A National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine report found the facilities’ conditions hinder researchers’ productivity.

Monitoring and Funding Concerns Could Undermine DOD’s Secure Unclassified Network, IG Says

A report from DOD’s Office of Inspector General said that a lack of secure funding for the system places mission-critical activities “at risk of termination due to non-compliance with cybersecurity requirements.”

Despite Issues, VA’s EHR Deployment Remains Scheduled to Pick Up in Mid-2023

The Department of Veterans Affairs and Congress are continuing to support the rollout of the agency’s new electronic health record system, even as lawmakers remain concerned about the project’s cost and effectiveness.

Budget for All: What a Way to Celebrate the Holidays

Congress passed its whole-of-government funding package just before the end of the year.