Margaret Weichert details federal workforce progress, and what’s to come

Building in agility to federal service, she said, is "absolutely critical."

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The Cyber Excepted Service program is bearing some fruit, Department of Defense CISO Jack Wilmer says.

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The HACKED Act is the work of the top Republicans and Democrats on the Senate Commerce Committee.

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The Government Accountability Office gave the same advice that agencies implement eight workforce planning activities in 2016 and 2018.

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It's part of a broader goal to increase data literacy throughout government.

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The Office of Management and Budget would ensure the training if a new House bill becomes law.

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Without proper staffing and training, the department can't be sure federal systems are secure, according to the Office of Inspector General.

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Uber and Lyft aren't the only companies wrestling with California's new labor law.

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“I never thought I would have to work on such a basic issue as this," the Texas Republican says about the federal security clearance process, which is still working on a large backlog of applications.

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Ideas highlight the importance of developing a cybersecurity workforce, and using data for more effective governance.

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Civil service staffing for IT positions declined 6.3% through May 2018, according to an Office of Inspector General report.

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