Richard Haley, assistant director of the FBI’s finance division and the chief financial officer, has been inducted as a fellow of the National Academy of Public Administration.
Agency inspectors general could be more effective with a greater focus on agency capabilities and program outcomes.
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President Donald Trump has wielded his pardon power to spare a pair of lucky turkeys from the Thanksgiving roaster
Part photo op, part unusual tradition, the President pardons a turkey every Thanksgiving.
The Food Safety Modernization Act requires Food and Drug Administration inspectors to check out certain high-risk food factories at regular intervals.
Government Accountability Office auditors found that almost none of the contracts and grants data posted to USASpending was consistent with agency records.
The Office of Personnel Management authorized a special Schedule A hiring authority to help agencies bring on specific professionals for their IT modernization and “smarter IT delivery initiative” projects. The authority expires Sept. 30, 2018.
State Department chief information officer Frontis Wiggins is retiring after more than 30 years of service.
The Office of Management and Budget submitted an additional $44 billion request for disaster relief spending in fiscal 2018. To help offset new spending, the Trump administration wants Congress to find new offsets at civilian agencies.
What are the challenges of acquiring complex products? What lessons can be learned from the Coast Guard’s Deepwater program? How can government executives most effectively manage complex acquisitions? Join host Michael Keegan as he explores these questions through the works of Trevor Brown and David Van Slyke, authors of several IBM Center reports on federal acquisition.
If Congress passes the budgets Federal News Radio has been hearing about, it could trigger sequestration.
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services has a massive mission. Some 100 million Americans receive its services. It expends some $700 billion a year.