Between last week’s OPM report and this week’s congressional hearing, feds may have some questions about official time. Federal News Radio wants to answer them.
The Army’s Rapid Capabilities Office is looking for ways to apply AI and machine learning to signal classification.
When the Air Force empowered commanders and supervisors to conduct nearly all ancillary training as they see fit, the Air Force’s 1st Special Operations Wing again took on the role of early adopter.
Lawmakers sidelined facilities and questioned EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt about reports of unethical conduct. They also pressed FBI Director Christopher Wray about plans for a new headquarters.
Lawmakers are working to continue their efforts to protect the identities of feds endangered by the OPM data breaches, cut spending by $15 billion, and improve the online presence of federal agencies.
The organization that supports SOCOM’s warfighters is more conservative than they are, and only just beginning to experiment with the newest business and technological capabilities.
Not everyone is seeing an even distribution when it comes to women in federal IT. Some areas of technology remain a boys’ club.
While some feds genuinely appreciate the efforts during Public Service Recognition Week, many said the efforts seem insincere.
Some agencies are linking data to performance management in order to make more informed, evidence-based decisions about spending on their programs.
Gen. Raymond Thomas, the commander of U.S. Special Operations Command (SOCOM), is looking to the corporate world for examples on how to successfully implement machine learning and artificial intelligence into his command.
Federal employees are hearing a lot of mixed messages about telework these days, so Federal News Radio set out to answer their most common questions.
The NDIA sponsors the Special Operations Forces Industry Conference to give SOCOM face-time with members of the defense industry to discuss gaps in capabilities and how industry can best fill them.
USPS has deployed technology to let carriers know in advance if an address houses a dog. USPS national safety director Linda DeCarlo joins the Federal Drive with Tom Temin with details.
Federal News Radio wants to answer all your telework questions. Use the survey to ask us questions about telework policy, requirements or the current state of the program. We’ll do our best to answer as many as possible in an upcoming explainer on the subject.