Unlike people who work directly for the government, contractors face more bureaucratic hurdles before their work can resume, experts say.
The historic length of the political impasse is reverberating at the Fortune 500 level, making it one of the most economically damaging in history.
IN REVERSE? — Eleven federal agencies actually got lower grades in the latest scorecard that measures their performance under a 2014 IT overhaul law, the Federal Information Technology Acquisition Reform Act. But it might not be as bad as it seems at first glance, or, depending on your perspective, it might be worse: The new scorecard adds several new criteria, and one of them is explicitly cybersecurity-centric. Today, the House Oversight IT Subcommittee meets to evaluate the grades.
Privacy Shield gets its first review — Equifax fallout continues
Caddell Construction Company Inc., a major commercial and industrial federal government construction contractor based in Montgomery, Alabama, did not admit wrongdoing in the 2012 case.
A busy day of Russia-related hearings — Bossert hypes U.S.-U.K. data-sharing deal
These climate, health, housing, water, ag and arts programs would get zero dollars
“It’s a dark time right now,” a former Obama administration spokeswoman says as multiple agencies tell employees to restrict news releases and social media.
Several of the military leaders who met with Trump oversee nuclear weapons and strategy.
K Street scrambles to prepare for an administration it spent little time planning for.