The U.S. State Department is investigating an employee with top-secret security clearance who government investigators say mishandled classified information related to national security, according to an article on FoxNews.com. “Eugene Reginald Hopson, a 30-year veteran of the State Department, described as an information management officer, oversaw the handling and security
A February 17, 2010 article at Government Computer News reported that: “The Homeland Security Department is nearly three years behind in getting Personal Identity Verification (PIV) cards for its employees and contractors, according to a new report from DHS Inspector General Richard Skinner.” Homeland Security Presidential Directive 12 (August 2004),
The Partnership for Public Service and American Universityâ€™s Institute for the Study of Public Policy Implementation published their 2009 rankings of the best places to work in the federal government. The rankings were based on data from the biannual Federal Human Capital Survey administered by the Office of Personnel Management
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