More Feds Telework Than Ever Despite Managers' Resistance

Issues with documentation and data integrity are preventing successful teleworking operations.

Why Bosses Can Track Their Employees 24/7

In many states, employers aren’t barred from monitoring workers’ locations after hours or without their consent.

US Government Sues Google Over Its Diversity Data

The tech giant is being sued by the Labor Department over the company’s disclosure of compensation data and documents.

Congress Flexes Muscle on FITARA

"We are going to stick with this,” said Rep. Gerry Connolly, D-Va., who promised a bipartisan effort to ensure FITARA is carried out successfully.

Lawmaker: Agencies Don’t Need Billions in New Funding to Upgrade Legacy IT

Agencies should repurpose savings from data center consolidation, says Rep. Will Hurd, R-Texas, chairman of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee’s IT operations subcommittee.

Federal Board Has a Plan to Secure Health, Retirement Plans from Cyberthreats

An upcoming study will focus on “outlining the scalable elements of cyber-risk management strategies for benefit plans.”

Labor Department Launches New Jobs Site for Vets -- separate from -- puts agencies’ employment resources in one place.

CIOs: Tell Your Legacy IT Horror Stories

Shocking anecdotes about outdated technology could be the key to growing IT budgets, according to one government official.