President Obama last week signed an executive order that makes it possible to impose sanctions on individuals who threaten national cybersecurity.
President Obama will not sign any spending bills that continue mandatory funding cuts to agency budgets through sequestration, according to a March 21 Huffington Post article.
The executive order issued by the White House Feb. 13 will enable private sector companies to better share cybersecurity threat information, whether they're domestic or international entities.
President Obama signed an executive order Feb. 13 that aims to enable private sector companies to better share cybersecurity threat information with each other and government.
The budget request says USPS could save $36 billion over 11 years, by utilizing ideas from several postal reform bills from both sides of the aisle that have failed to make their way through Congress.
Barack Obama is sending Congress a $4 trillion fiscal 2016 budget request that includes about $1.1 trillion in discretionary spending and a 1.3 percent pay increase for federal workers, says White House budget documents released Feb. 2.
President Barack Obama urged legislators to act on cybersecurity legislation during his Jan. 20 State of the Union address.
President Obama once again flexed his executive muscles in his penultimate State of the Union speech Tuesday night, though not through promises of executive orders like he did last year. This year Obama promised to veto any bills that would undo the his healthcare and immigration policies.
The House Jan. 13 passed a bill by a 250-175 vote that would require agencies to choose the least costly way to implement new rules, but President Obama has signaled that he would veto it.
President Obama will preview several measures to strengthen digital privacy and cybersecurity in a scheduled late morning address Jan.12 at the Federal Trade Commission, before he formally unveils them during his State of the Union speech next week, the White House said.