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The Energy Department has unveiled a new initiative that will develop cyber security risk management process guidelines for the electric sector.
If you were one of the thousands who didn't get power back for days after last Wednesday's storm, you'll be happy to know there may be one positive -- if unintended -- side effect: It may have helped you lose weight.
Several departments are out ahead of the OMB mandate to consolidate data facilities over the next four years. Energy is starting small to show business owners they will get the same level of service under the new setup. Other agencies see green in cutting back on the centers-both money and energy efficiency.
Tags: technology , Bill Turnbull , Cindy Cassil , Margie Graves , Alfred Rivera , DHS , State , OMB , DISA , AFCEA , data center consolidation , cloud computing , green IT , enterprise e-mail , Jason Miller
Vintage videos are one of several changes to the Department of Energy's website.
The America Competes Reauthorization Act authorizes the agency's programs and sets a path toward the future. President Obama signed the bill into law Tuesday. Several other science and technology agencies receive marching orders from lawmakers.
The AFFIRM panel discusses how to stay innovative.
WFED's Jason Miller describes efforts at some agencies to cut hiring time.
The Department of Housing and Urban Development went from being the poster child for the dysfunctional federal hiring process to being a model of what others are striving for.
Tags: In Depth , Francis Rose , pay and benefits , management , Shaun Donovan , Janie Payne , John Berry , Kathleen Ott , Daniel Poneman , HUD , OPM , DoD , VA , CHCO Council , hiring reform , Jason Miller
Many agencies have reduced the time it takes to hire a new employee. DoD, Energy and VA are among the departments that have made the most progress over the last year. OPM Director John Berry said a full government-wide look will not be available until early 2011.
Subhead: Administration honors sustainability efforts by seven agencies with the 2010 GreenGov Presidential awards.