By jumpstarting the security clearance process with hard copy questionnaires, authorities hope to minimizes delays to an already burdened system
About 15 percent of the 4.2 million active and former employees whose information may be compromised have signed up for credit protection services
A Supreme Court ruling two years ago allowed the government to extend benefits to federal workers in same-sex marriages, but excluded veterans
The sentencing of Jeffrey Neely is the final chapter in the GSA spending scandal that changed government operations.
Acting Inspector General Richard Griffin’s office was accused by Congress and whistleblowers of protecting VA from criticism.
Federal agencies must report annually to Congress on their computer security efforts
The attorney stepping in for the board’s top lawyer, who is under investigation, is suing the board.
The White House’s chief information officer told senators that the OPM chief is “working really hard and doing the right thing” to address the Chinese hack.
IRS and Treasury officials who interpreted the four words at the crux of the Supreme Court challenge to Obamacare eventually realized that the environment had become highly charged.
Members of Congress at a hearing questioned the speed of the deal and the viability of the contractor.