Energy Department and nuclear power industry are designing new programs to develop smaller, more cost efficient nuclear reactors.
Host Bob Leins welcomes Tammy Flanagan, Senior Benefits Director at NITP, to talk about the Voluntary Contributions Program (VCP).
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The House Oversight and Government Reform Committee once again is considering changes to the disciplinary appeals process for federal employees.
An internal poll of FBI employees has revealed a striking drop in confidence in the vision of FBI Director Christopher Wray and the bureau’s senior leadership.
Brett Baker, the Nuclear Regulatory Commission’s assistant inspector general for audits, spoke about the implications of a partially-staffed, 24/7 Headquarters Operations Center.
In just a few weeks, interns throughout the federal government will be departing to return to school.
Mark Jaster, founder of 418 Intelligence, discusses the new system the company has developed to let cybersecurity experts freelance their knowledge, helping companies find flaws in their systems. Jaster also discusses the problem with investors that search for a “silver bullet” in potential startups.
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The two largest white-collar federal unions are challenging provisions in two of the three executive orders President Donald Trump issued in late May. And it could be serious.
House Veterans Affairs Committee Chairman Phil Roe (R-Tenn.) said he’s less concerned by the VA’s measure of disciplinary actions and more concerned about whether whistleblowers feel they can approach leadership with their concerns.
As agencies fret over the 2020 deadline to transition over to the new Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions (EIS) telecommunications contract, a General Services Administration senior acquisition official says the possibility of granting an extension remains on the table.
NSF will use robotics process automation to improve its intergovernmental transactions, while Interior will apply bots to improve its electronic invoice processing.
The Defense Department spent nearly $21 billion on OTAs in the past three years, but who is bringing home the bacon?
The Homeland Security Department is hoping by year end to launch Cloud Factory, a platform offering shared services capabilities to provide a fully automated provisioning and delivery lifecycle for cloud services.