Soheila Maleki, a lead scientist in food allergy research at the Agricultural Research Service in New Orleans, joined Federal Drive with Tom Temin to discuss how peanut allergies are changing.
John Hultquist, director of intelligence analysis at FireEye, joined Federal Drive with Tom Temin to discuss how election apparatuses operated by state and local governments are highly vulnerable to cyber attacks.
But even if the ACA disappeared, the government would still have a giant footprint in health and disease research. The National Institutes of Health’s annual budget and what the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services pays out for kidney dialysis both equal about $35 billion.
Federal government doesn’t operate local elections, but it can help locals avoid fraud and tampering.
The gig economy is a durable but static part of the U.S. economy. Employers will always have their traditional challenges.
The Technology Modernization Fund doesn’t appear aimed at helping agencies replace legacy systems, as the name implies.
Evidence mounts that shoulder-mounted cannons cause brain injuries in training. DoD should take steps to reduce it. VA should help those affected.
The Trump administration’s three new executive orders on employee relations aim to speed things up.
Veterans get a chance to show their former colors through patches on their motorcycle vests.
The Veterans Affair and Defense department are taking on something that rarely succeeds — changing culture and technology all at once.
It’s hard to find a program mission with more clarity than control of an invasive species like feral swine.
Developers, integrators, users and administrators at the Defense Department need to focus on the results and not give up or complain to one another.
Office of Personnel Management Director Jeff Pon’s legislative proposals deserve debate. But talk about bad timing to release them!
The U.S. Postal Service toughens its policy language on its preference for centralized mail deliveries.