Veterans groups want a 10 percent overall budget increase for VA, more staffing and updated facilities to meet today’s healthcare needs.
The Veterans Choice Act provides VA with the opportunity to redefine what its role will be in 10 years.
Since Michael Missal took over as inspector general at the Veterans Affairs Department about a year ago, his office has turned up some improvements, some deteriorations and the odd surprise.
A recent GAO investigation found that at a number of VHA facilities, lack of knowledge, skill and personnel in the human resources offices is hampering the administration in achieving its medical mission.
Joe Klimavicz, Justice Department chief information officer, is moving DoJ to a Microsoft 365 cloud-based solution to ensure its various components can communicate effectively.
Feds have been here before. Bill Clinton cut the federal workforce by approximately 300,000. George W. Bush favored outsourcing as much agency work as possible.
Even though there’s a big and mysterious transition about to take place, and Congress is nowhere near a final budget for 2017, the day-to-day business has to go on somehow. David Berteau, president and CEO of the Professional Services Council, shares the latest on Federal Drive with Tom Temin.
When Rear Adm. Matt Winter, outgoing Chief of Naval Research, looks back on his career at the Office of Naval Research, the thing he is most proud of is working with “the best and brightest scientists in the world.”
Retired Navy Cmdr. Jim Feldkamp doesn’t think the Navy is thinking enough outside the box when it comes to equipping its new Littoral Combat Ship, designed to be extremely flexible in the missions it can perform, for some of those roles.
The Navy is missing opportunities to turn connectedness into greater capability because its thinking is outdated.
When Hurricane Matthew made landfall in the United States in early October, it was a chance for the Federal Emergency Management Agency to prove it’s learned from its mistakes.
DHS Science and Technology chief Dr. Reginald Brothers discusses the need to leverage all sources of innovation to stave-off future threats of terrorism.
The Department of Homeland Security is a diverse collection of agencies performing a variety of tasks, as evidenced by its three nominees for the Service to America Medals.
Lt. Gen. Gina Grosso says that the biggest challenge in the already complex problem of developing the Air Force’s cyber workforce is the civilian portion. That’s because the federal government isn’t quite sure who is or isn’t cyber personnel.
The Government Accountability Office is not convinced that getting rid of a 40-year-old fighter jet is as good an idea as the Air Force seems to think.