Bush endorsed a GOP plan that would replace every three departing federal employees with just one.
Offices that investigate allegations of discrimination and retaliation would be strengthened and discipline against those responsible would be encouraged, under a bill up for voting Tuesday.
Cathedral Henderson allegedly told his staff to alter medical records of veterans waiting for care to show that they had either completed or refused services.
CSID, criticized for its response to the hack of 4.2 million federal personnel files, wants to bid on a second contract to respond to the breach of 22 million employees' background check files
Trump is running ahead of schedule on his plan to transform the historic Old Post Office Pavilion into the — aptly named — Trump International Hotel.
In the wake of the cyber theft of personal information belonging to more than 22 million federal employees and others, the need for modern technology has received much more attention than the need for cyber experts to operate it.
The Department of Veterans Affairs and Congress are locked in a stalemate over how to pay for an exploding demand for veteran health care
The new acting chief of the Office of Personnel Management can't provide information on when notifications and remediation services for data breach victims will be ready.
A staggering number of vulnerabilities in Interior's computer security leaves the door open to another intrusion, the agency's watchdog says.
The House plans to vote by the end of July on a bill to limit appeal rights of Veterans Affairs Department employees, one of many proposals flowing from the patient-care scandal there.