In today’s Federal Newscast, House Democratic leaders want the investigation into fake comments on Federal Communications Commission rule making expanded to other agencies
In today’s Federal Newscast, the General Services Administration has finalized a major change to its Federal Supply Schedules allowing the purchase of incidental materials.
The federal government may be open for business again, the military members have been told it’s unclear when they will receive back pay for the past three days.
In today’s Federal Newscast, the Small Business Administration’s Office of Inspector General said there’s room for improvement in the way SBA responded to inquiries in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey.
A just released report from the VA IG office finds six material weaknesses within the agency.
A government “shutdown” isn’t really a shutdown. Many services will continue, but hundreds of thousands of federal workers will be forced off the job, and some services will go dark.
A Federal News Radio analysis of National Park Service statistics shows more than 83 million people were drawn to the parks last year, an increase of 0.5 percent from 2016. Here is a countdown of 2017’s most popular national parks, including the number of 2017 visits and the percentage change over 2016.
If Congress were to follow on with more continuing resolutions, current spending could exhaust money that’s available and lead to sequestration. Short of that, life is not easy for agencies.
Social demographer Bill O’Hare suggests years of under-funding at the U.S. Census Bureau that could result in the possibility of under-counted populations during the 2020 headcount, especially in rural areas.
The Veterans Affairs Choice Program is still working to improve wait times at VA facilities and Congress remains deadlocked over a long-term funding for the program, but Rep. Phil Roe (R-Tenn.), head of the House committee that oversees VA, insists things are getting better.
Angela Styles, former administrator for Federal Procurement Policy, discussed how new changes in acquisition rules will give contracting officers more flexibility, while helping small business get a bigger piece of the federal spending pie.
Former IRS Commissioner John Koskinen, reflecting on his career, talks about his colleagues, as well as the rewards and satisfaction gleaned from his years in public service.
The Obama-era health care law President Trump has called a “disaster” is actually exceeding expectations. More than 8.7 million people have signed up for subsidized private coverage for next year.
President Donald Trump has been warned a lack of leadership at the Census Bureau is putting the 2020 decennial head-count at risk.