Energy Department and nuclear power industry are designing new programs to develop smaller, more cost efficient nuclear reactors.
Federal News Radio’s Jory Heckman speaks with Recreation News Editor Marvin Bond about interesting things to do in and near the nation’s capital.
Our Memorial Day column is, as it should be, a somber thank-you to people who serve, in or out of uniform, and especially to people working today.
The Senate 2019 defense authorization bill gives the services more flexibility in promoting officers.
President Donald Trump signed three executive orders Friday aimed at reducing the time it takes to fire poor-performing federal employees and overhauling federal employees union rights, including limits to official time.
The administration wanted it to be harder to achieve a good grade on the FITARA scorecard, because it wants to focus agencies on certain tangible actions.
Ellen Lord, who leads the new Office of Acquisition and Sustainment, is trying to fulfill Defense Secretary James Mattis’ third line of effort to bring business reforms to the Defense Department.
Federal News Radio took to social media to share with you how the federal agencies are honoring those who have fallen for Memorial Day
Less than a month into his new role, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is walking back concerns that the Trump administration would once again seek to cut the agency’s budget by nearly 30 percent.
The Office of Personnel Management already has its first blockchain prototype for part of its new Employee Digital Record system, and it’s performing better than expected.
Stu Bradin, president and CEO of the Global SOF Foundation, shares how the nonprofit he founded four years ago helps to advocate for the global special operations forces.
Among the as-yet uncompleted tasks is a new rule to help stave off counterfeit electronic parts.
Around this time last year, when hospitals and healthcare providers were dealing with the WannaCry malware virus, Steve Curren sprang into action.
The Army had to reassess its recruiting goals this year after realizing it would not be able to recruit 80,000 soldiers.
Although the Coalition for Government Procurement commends DoD for its transparency in making its decision/rationale publicly available, its report raises additional questions and concerns related to DoD’s single-award strategy.