The Thrift Savings Plan may have received a swift boost in July, but the returns were not nearly as fruitful in August as only two funds returned with an increase in growth
Lack of updated deceased records at VA shows billions in improper payments to deceased veterans, according to SSA IG
Nearly 13 years later, the DHS IG still disapproves of funds allocated to New Orleans by FEMA after Hurricane Katrina.
The Energy Department and nuclear power industry are designing new programs to develop smaller, more cost efficient nuclear reactors.
Veterans Affairs Secretary David Shulkin said the agency is not privatizing, but additions to the Choice program will help create more comprehensive programs and partnerships to provide veterans with the best care.
Insider Threat programs across all agencies must develop alongside technology, the GAO reports. However, the Department of Defense is making significant progress.
Decline in congressional support agency staff over time leaves legislators with less capacity to make informed decisions.
Bureau of Land Management may be stepping up its technology game with improvements to its system for tracking oil and gas reserves on public and Indian lands.
Pay freeze for certain political officials has been extended by legislation, according to OMB memo. Those affected will be barred from pay increases past executive 2013 levels until the end of the calendar year through Jan. 6, 2018.
The 139th Easter Egg Roll on the South Lawn of the White House is hosted April 17 by President Donald Trump on the South Lawn of the White House
Veterans groups want a 10 percent overall budget increase for VA, more staffing and updated facilities to meet today’s healthcare needs.
Final quarter of fiscal 2017 is less than 100 days away and Larry Allen, president of Allen Federal Business Partner, said contractors need to start thinking about budget and planning now
Thousands of rules come out each year from regulatory agencies that place a large burden on the economy. Sen. James Lankford (R-Okla.), chairman of the subcommittee on regulatory affairs and federal management, joined Federal Drive with Tom Temin to discuss why regulatory reform is needed.
Frederick Douglass was appointed U.S. Marshal by President Rutherford B. Hayes in 1877, making him one of the first African American marshals.