IT ‘issues’ leave veterans without crucial GI Bill benefits
The Forever GI Bill, signed into law in 2017, has changed some things and left the agency scrambling.
FEMA will test its National Wireless Emergency Alert system on Wednesday. Here’s what that means
It's not actually coming from President Trump.
Library of Congress launches awaited public-facing CRS reports website
Early impressions indicate the site delivers on the Library's plan, if not all outside advocates' hopes.
OSTP director nominee sails through Senate Commerce
The weather prediction expert now awaits final approval by the full Senate. The job has been open since the beginning of the Trump administration.
Chris Liddell is ‘very, very happy’ with IT modernization progress in the past year
The White House's deputy chief of staff for policy delivered a year-end valediction of sorts at FedTalks 2018.
Could a continuing resolution save the Tech Modernization Fund in 2019?
Continuing resolutions, the weapon of choice for financing the government for the past dozen years, could be a way for the TMF to sidestep appropriators.