DOD’s IT supply chain has dozens of suppliers from China, report finds
A new Govini report shows the break down of U.S.-, foreign- and Chinese-owned businesses in the DOD supply chain.
Gen. Hyten: Military’s vision for connected warfare must include allies
The U.S. military's vision for JADC2 can't leave out the ability to connect to its allied partners across the globe, Gen. John Hyten said.
‘Longstanding’ legacy IT deficiencies persist at DHS
Three systems in particular, the youngest of which is 17 years old, could use improved oversight coupled with cloud migration and data center consolidation, according to a new report.
Inside the Education Department’s plan to build a data-driven culture
Building a data-driven culture within the Department of Education will lead to improving core business functions of the agency — and with that, better addressing the needs of students — agency leaders said this week.
Brilliant in 20 Ep. 4 — Vulnerability in practice and success with Bridgette Heller
This episode features part 2 of LaVerne’s conversation with Bridgette Heller, in which they discuss how being a Black woman contributed to Bridgette’s drive and success, how to add value as a potential board member, and more about Bridgette’s non-profit, the Shirley Proctor Puller Foundation.
Where is the 2020 Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey?
In a letter to OPM's acting director, Rep. Gerry Connolly presses for answers on why the annual federal employee survey is missing in action.