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IT Security Compliance an Issue for 18F, OIG Says

The Office of Inspector General (OIG) says 18F disregarded fundamental General Services Administration (GSA) information technology (IT) security compliance. Specifically, auditors determined that 18F: Used IT that was not approved by GSA IT Failed to obtain proper authorizations to operate information …… » Read more

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Army Should Revisit Relocatable Buildings Policy, OIG Says

The Army did not always properly follow Department of Defense (DoD) and federal policy regarding relocatable buildings, the Office of Inspector General (OIG) found.   According to OIG, Army officials: Did not ensure building structures obtained were relocatable, because they did not conduct the required analysis Did not …… » Read more

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Scantlebury Award Open for Nominations

The Joint Financial Management Improvement Program (JFMIP) opened nominations for the 2016 Donald L. Scantlebury Memorial Award. The award honors federal senior executives who have shown outstanding financial management leadership. Nominees will be considered for sustained leadership and specific accomplishments in financial …… » Read more

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Government Must Pay Damages Related to 2013 Shutdown

The U.S. Court of Federal Claims (COFC) has ruled that the federal government must compensate roughly 25,000 employees who filed a class-action lawsuit for damages they incurred while having to work during the 2013 government shutdown. The case was open to federal employees paid from non-annually appropriated accounts or whose jobs …… » Read more

ASI Templates current through FAC 2005-95

Support for your file documentation needs! ASI templates are up-to-date, including FAC 2005-95, effective 1/13/2017.

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