The Air Force is using interview hubs and other tactics to cut back on security clearance wait times.
Only 8 out of 44 systems for the 2020 Census’ practice run in Rhode Island have been tested to date, the Government Accountability Office told lawmakers Wednesday.
Reading the inspector general’s meta-report, you’d think there’s nothing the government can do right. History says otherwise.
From buildings that collapse in the rain to crooked contractors, the special inspector general for Afghanistan Reconstruction has seen it all.
Members of the federal oversight community told House lawmakers Wednesday that would-be whistleblowers need to feel comfortable about reporting wrongdoing at their agencies without fear of retaliation.
The Office of Personnel Management’s inspector general says the agency needs a contingency plan to address risks in the long-term care insurance market.
House Armed Services Committee Chairman Mac Thornberry (R-Texas) wants the Defense Department to cut its Fourth Estate spending.
A GAO report found holes in CMS’ systems for protecting private health data between entities.
In today’s Federal Newscast, the Defense Department will be sending up to 4,000 troops to U.S.-Mexico border to assist the Homeland Security Department.
The reforms touch on perishable goods, asset forfeiture and modernizing the agency.
With the 2017 tax filing deadline coming up Tuesday, the House plans to take action on as many as a dozen bills that would impact the way the IRS does business.
The Veterans Affairs Department says it’s also eliminated 235 expired directives and 85 percent of outdated manuals in effort to cut red tape.
The Environmental Protection Agency breached multiple laws when it installed a soundproof booth in Administrator Scott Pruitt’s office last year, according to a government watchdog office.
After more than a year of complaints that Amazon doesn’t pay the U.S. Postal Service a fair rate to deliver its packages, President Donald Trump has created a task to review the agency’s business model.