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Military and civilian employees at the Department of Defense could see drastic changes to their hiring and promotions processes in the near future.
FBI Director James Comey told a Senate committee last week that top Hillary Clinton aide Huma Abedin forwarded "hundreds and thousands" of emails containing classified information to the home computer she shared with her husband and former New York congressman, Anthony Weiner.
While the Department of Homeland Security extensively prepares its employees for the work they will be doing during overseas trips, policies governing employee behavior during the off-hours, however, remain obtuse.
After announcing last fall its decision to delay the selection of a new FBI headquarters location until March of 2017, the General Services Administration (GSA) officially put the search on hold Friday.
Kevin Mallory, a 60-year-old former U.S. State Department and Central Intelligence Agency employee from Leesburg, VA, was charged Thursday with espionage.
Chairman of the Freedom Caucus, Representative Jim Jordan (R-OH), criticized FBI Director James Comey’s decision to inform Congress of new information found in the investigation of Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server.
Today, President Obama laid out his final budget proposal – a $4.15 trillion package.
Comey got his chance to tell his side of the story yesterday.
It turns out, the government cannot tell Apple to unlock an iPhone based a law from 1789. James Orenstein, the New York federal judge who delivered his 50-page ruling Monday said his siding with Apple came down to two major factors.
Lawmakers and watchdogs are concerned the Justice Department cannot adequately track its spending on contracts, its staffing deficiencies, and its use of unreliable tech equipment.