Energy Department and nuclear power industry are designing new programs to develop smaller, more cost efficient nuclear reactors.
Photos of the amazing, moving, important and amusing things happening in the defense community.
Thanks to their Civil Service Retirement System and Federal Employees Retirement System annuities, most federal-postal workers are in good shape compared to many of their private sector counterparts.
USDA Deputy Secretary Steve Censky answered questions and tried to alleviate concerns at an Aug. 14 town hall meeting of Economic Research Service (ERS) employees about the impending bureau’s move.
The Food and Drug Administration has launched a new brand and advertising campaign to attract and recruit new employees.
The Trump administration’s pick to run the Energy Department’s experimental research branch says he supports the president’s budget plan, which zeroes out funding for his agency.
The VA bought a generic medicine from a company selling New Jersey-made tablets containing an active ingredient from India.
The Trump administration sought to slow down the pace of federal regulation growth by telling agencies to retire to regulations for every new one they proposed.
At a National Guard facility in southeastern Indiana, the Army is training cyber soldiers in ways that show them how their keystrokes impact the real world.
The Office of Management and Budget released its Cloud First strategy seven years ago. Now, under the Trump administration, OMB plans to soon release an updated Cloud Smart strategy.
A new report from Sen. McCaskill’s office says the Trump administration’s 2019 budget would cut five Inspectors General office’s budgets and give nine IG offices less than what they requested.
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People who say it is next to impossible to fire a federal worker should study — and then maybe rejoice in — the Hatch Act, a much-amended 1940s law designed to keep career federal and postal workers from engaging in partisan political activity on the job.
The Army is starting a limited user test for its Credentialing Assistance Program to encompass 1,500 soldiers.
Congress is further along in the annual appropriations process than it usually is at this point in August, but that doesn’t mean contractors should drop planning for the possibility of a government shutdown.