Some federal leaders and lawmakers think now is precisely the time to be considering the implications of artificial intelligence.
The White House believes federal unions across the country have been taking taxpayers for a ride using “official” time, which is meant to monitor health and safety issues in contracts, to conduct union business.
House Democrats are increasing their pressure on President Donald Trump to rescind his recent executive orders on official time and collective bargaining.
Lawmakers have praised DHS’s efforts to date to modernize its IT infrastructure. The agency also has a new chief information officer leading the effort.
After more than one year after the Veterans Affairs Department stood up its new Office of Accountability and Whistleblower Protection. senior executives still make up a small fraction of disciplinary actions.
Bloomberg Government editorial director Loren Duggan joined Federal Drive with Tom Temin for his weekly look ahead at Congress.
The Justice Department tells Sen. Mark Warner (D-Va.) that it came to a premature conclusion on a recent case.
A pilot program is making it easier for recent veterans with military trucking licenses to transition into civilian occupations.
Military spouses face unemployment three times higher than their civilian counterparts. One group has come forward to help to turn that around.
According to the Office of Personnel Management’s monthly retirement report, June saw 23.2 percent more federal retirement claims than May and a roughly 53 percent more claims year over year.
Guest columnist Tom Trabucco reflects on his 46-year federal career and the cast of characters he met along the way, as well as how he views the current set of civil service reform proposals.
What are the chances of a government shutdown in fiscal year 2019? Find out when Larry Allen, president of Allen Federal Business Partners joins host Mark Amtower on this week’s Amtower Off Center. July 9, 2018
Federal infrastructure projects have stalled around the country due to cumbersome permitting processes and funding challenges, which is why a bipartisan law was enacted two years ago to speed things up. Now the authors are hoping to amend that legislation with the Federal Permitting Reform and Jobs Act.
Heather White, federal employment lawyer and partner at the Federal Practice Group, thinks the proposed merger of the departments of Labor and Education may be a pretext to eliminate some of the functions of those agencies, water down their missions, and possibly even downsize their workforces.