DoE’s Dr. Johanna Wolfson joined Federal Drive with Tom Temin to discuss a program aimed at helping eliminate barriers preventing market exploration.
Officials from OPM and GAO say they are particularly interested in the thinking behind which skillsets agencies decide to keep through their reform plans.
Regulators may soon decide to give the Postal Service the power increase stamp costs beyond the rate of inflation.
The Defense Department invests billions of dollars every year in innovative technology, but the way it manages investments often runs counter to innovation.
Health and Human Services inspector general teams with state and federal law enforcement to nab large group of fraudsters.
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.
According to the Government Accountability Office, the savings strategies the Defense Department has briefed to Congress aren’t detailed enough to come up with a meaningful evaluation.
The $1.6 billion project was cancelled in mid-July, but officials say they are committed to coming up with a plan for FBI’s headquarters by the end of 2017.
The Veterans Affairs Department’s push to more easily fire employees charged with misconduct has found its latest target — the former director of the Washington, D.C. VA medical center.
FEMA has a limited view into the allegations of misconduct that come from the agency’s employees, because it lacks both the case management system and the written disciplinary policies to address misconduct from its cohort of temporary workers.
Besides searching people bodily, the Transportation Security Administration watches travelers in airports, looking for suspicious behaviors. But TSA has little evidence the behaviors mean anything at all, according to the Government Accountability Office. Jenny Grover, director of homeland security and justice issues at the GAO, provides the details on Federal Drive with Tom Temin.
Work never stops for the Homeland Security office of inspector general. Two recent investigations found some common problems — weaknesses in IT systems or procedures for managing basic functions. Deputy Inspector General John Kelly shares the details on Federal Drive with Tom Temin.
Walter Shaub, who publicly clashed with the Trump administration during his time as government ethics director, wants to give his former office more teeth.
A new OMB mandate gives agencies until Sept. 1 to come up with plans to transition their own package shipping contracts to a new contract vehicle negotiated and administered by the Defense Department.