The agency is seeking $290 million this year as part of a six-year modernization plan.
While the budget focuses on reducing headcount, officials said that isn’t the goal of pushing more automation.
Under a never-before-used provision of the 1990 Federal Employees Pay Comparability Act, the White House promises action on special pay systems this year.
The request comes as the administration urges agencies to double down on research in artificial intelligence and other emerging technologies.
Under the president’s 2020 budget proposal, the Pentagon’s cyber coffers would grow while funds for some civilian agencies dry up.
Defense Department cyber leaders explained the 2020 budget request and offered insight into how U.S. Cyber Command is using its new acquisition authority.
Hiring surges, eliminated offices and more in the White House's latest budget blueprint.
Money to extend border barriers and lavish use of the war fund are already drawing bipartisan fire.
Most agencies would see significant cuts; EPA, State and Transportation would be hardest hit.
The president’s fiscal 2020 budget proposal asks for lots of IT spending in defense, border surveillance tech and the Department of Veterans Affairs.
The president’s budget proposal asks for more than $9.6 billion for Defense Department cyber operations and just over $1 billion for civilian cybersecurity efforts.
Funding uncertainty, administrative burden on recipients continue as challenges.
Could automation help chip away at the technical debt agencies have accrued?
Here are some of the interesting projects Congress funded at civilian agencies.
Three projects have awarded contracts so far and two have already spent a combined $6 million to date.
The spending bills include multimillion-dollar agency projects and governmentwide funding sources for IT modernization and cybersecurity.
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