Veterans Affairs Secretary David Shulkin said he regretted the distractions that recent reports have created.
Building a force for space would free its troops up from Air Force requirements, but is it worth it?
The Air Force is suggesting doing security clearance interviews by Skype to speed up the process.
The General Services Administration’s inspector general will investigate the Trump administration’s sudden reversal on plans for a new FBI headquarters building.
In today’s Federal Newscast, Senator John McCain said Gina Haspell will have to explain her involvement in the CIA’s enhanced interrogation program before he’ll vote for her confirmation.
The president’s fiscal 2019 budget proposal includes $18 million for the Interior Department to begin reorganization and relocation of its employees and sub-agencies to new locations in the western U.S.
The bill will allow troops to use tuition assistance for certifications and licensing.
The Pentagon’s inspector general says the Army intentionally misrepresented how much money it would need to pay civilian salaries in order to dodge other headquarters cuts
In today’s Federal Newscast, the Government Accountability Office polled nine acting inspectors general and their staffs to find out how operations are effected by not having a permanent IG in place.
Lawmakers have spent the last four weeks finalizing appropriations for fiscal 2018, with the intent of packaging all 12 spending bills into one omnibus.
From reauthorization and reorganizations of the Homeland Security Department to whistleblower protections, security clearances and burrowing, these bills are worth keeping an eye on as the Senate debates, amends and votes on them.
The Homeland Security Department is finalizing regulations for a new personnel system for its cyber workforce, which would change the way it recruits, hires, pays and retains top talent.
The Senate on Wednesday night confirmed both Jeff Pon and Michael Rigas to serve as director and deputy director for the Office of Personnel Management.
The Energy Department will — if Congress goes along with the funding — set up a cybersecurity, energy security and emergency response office.