The Homeland Security Department will attempt to salvage its nearly three-year effort to move to Interior’s shared services.
Randy Silvey, president Silverlight Financial, details an idea to help educate federal employees on saving for retirement.
In today’s Federal Newscast, a new piece of legislation to root out waste, fraud, and abuse with government credit cards gets through the Senate.
Roll Call Senior Editor David Hawkings tells Federal Drive with Tom Temin what the rest of August will look like for Congress.
Acquisition and cyber experts say the government’s decision to remove Kaspersky Lab from the GSA schedule and a continued push by lawmakers to ban the technology is highly unusual and could create a trade war.
Veterans Affairs Secretary David Shulkin said the agency is not privatizing, but additions to the Choice program will help create more comprehensive programs and partnerships to provide veterans with the best care.
Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says sequestration is the ultimate boogeyman under the bed in this federally oriented town, where furloughs and government shutdowns can and do happen.
A fund in the House defense appropriations bill is raising a lot of questions about congressional jurisdiction and the possibility of sequestration.
In today’s Federal Newscast, the Senate passed a group of bills which will have an effect on the Veterans Affairs Department and veterans’ benefits.
The Defense Department sent a report to Congress detailing recommendations to reorganize and restructure its Acquisition, Technology and Logistics office and the role of its chief management officer.
Senior Correspondent Mike Causey asks, could politicians out to gut the federal retirement program be damaging their hopes of higher office?
The House passed a last-minute bill Friday morning that will replenish the Veterans Choice Program with $2.1 billion in additional funds for the next six months. The additional Choice funds are crucial, as they buy lawmakers and the Veterans Affairs Department more time to redesign the program. But the legislation is also packed with new hiring flexibilities.
Walter Shaub, who publicly clashed with the Trump administration during his time as government ethics director, wants to give his former office more teeth.
The Senate Homeland Security and Government Affairs committee passed the TSP Modernization Act of 2017, along with a handful of other bills that could soon affect the lives and careers of the federal workforce.