Veterans Affairs Secretary David Shulkin said he regretted the distractions that recent reports have created.
The winning bidder of a DoE contract ran into protests because of its novel approach to handling very dangerous material.
In today’s Federal Newscast, Senator John McCain said Gina Haspell will have to explain her involvement in the CIA’s enhanced interrogation program before he’ll vote for her confirmation.
The president’s fiscal 2019 budget proposal includes $18 million for the Interior Department to begin reorganization and relocation of its employees and sub-agencies to new locations in the western U.S.
Lawmakers have spent the last four weeks finalizing appropriations for fiscal 2018, with the intent of packaging all 12 spending bills into one omnibus.
CHCO Peter Shelby wants to consolidate HR offices from 172 to just a few and he said it all begins with developing a standard leadership program
The problem is, the Postal Service is limited by law where it can invest employees’ retirement funds.
From reauthorization and reorganizations of the Homeland Security Department to whistleblower protections, security clearances and burrowing, these bills are worth keeping an eye on as the Senate debates, amends and votes on them.
For all the talk in government about artificial intelligence, many of the AI tools in use by federal agencies today carry out a modest set of responsibilities.
In today’s Federal Newscast, the Office of Special Counsel updates its its guidance regarding when federal employees’ use of social media violates the Hatch Act.
GAO report found SSA in violation of Federal Vacancies Reform Act after agency goes 5 years without appointed commissioner, or even a nominee.
The Section 809 Panel asked contractors and contracting officers what bugged them the most about long-lasting regulations.
The Defense Department is worried about being able to spend the $700 billion it will be given if Congress passes an appropriations bill.
Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin stressed the importance of giving the IRS nearly $400 million annually for fiscal years 2018 and 2019 to help implement the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.