Agencies urged to improve quality of spending data despite ‘higher’ ratings
The DATA Act ordered 51 OIGs to evaluate how agencies are handling spending data. Thirty-seven of them gave good marks.
DHS’s ability to counter drones is ‘limited’ because the office in charge didn’t request funding
Without money, the Office of Policy couldn't hire the subject matter experts it needed to create a realistic work plan and complete guidance for authorized agencies.
OPM clashes with IG on cyber posture
OPM’s relationship with its inspector general has gone from a difference of opinion to a heated schism on the subject of IT security in its latest audit.
CTO Evan Lee on lessons learned with cloud modernization
Lee from HHS’s Inspector General office says to avoid one-size-fits-all solutions to cloud platforms and learn how to pick those that match business needs.
GSA failed to inform breach victims for 2 years, IG says
The report found that agency officials failed to inform federal employees that their information was exposed in a breach for more than 800 days.
Lack of interagency agreements could stall EIS, report says
The GSA's $50 billion telecommunications contract could be stalled by its use of contractor support without terms and conditions, a new report said.