As the IRS looks to implement its new long-term strategy and sees a spending boost on the horizon from Congress, David Kautter, the agency’s acting commissioner, plans to hire 1,700 full-time additional employees ahead of next year’s tax filing season.
Forty years after he graduated from the Coast Guard Academy and began a career that would ultimately ascend to a role as commandant, Adm. Paul Zukunft sails into retirement, reflecting on the state of the service, its people and its future.
Back from vacation, Congress faces the immigration stalemate, tensions over new tariffs, and a power struggle over whether to privatize the care of veterans
New metrics are helping the Coast Guard make the best use of the service’s limited maintenance budget.
In today’s Federal Newscast, the Justice Department says a former Defense Intelligence Officer received at least $800,000 to act as an agent of China.
Top aide to EPA chief Scott Pruitt tells House investigators he had her seek a used mattress from the Trump International Hotel and do other personal chores for him
What is the mission of the US Department of Homeland Security’s Blue Campaign? How is it combating human trafficking? What can we do to combat human trafficking? Join us as we explore these questions and more with Michael “Mick” McKeown, Executive Director, DHS Blue Campaign.
One accomplishment Retired Coast Guard Adm. Paul Zukunft is most proud of is a new crew metric.
OMB released a cyber risk determination report finding that 74 percent of the agencies had cybersecurity programs that were either “at risk” or at “high risk.”
GSA is holding a proposal writing seminar on June 8 to help agencies improve their chances for winning money from the Technology Modernization Fund.
Compared to the private sector, the federal government, as a whole, ranks down toward the bottom of a new customer service scorecard.
U.S. officials say the Defense Department will take over background investigations for the federal government
The Air Force is expanding its STEP program to 180 enlisted airmen with high potential.
Companies like Lockheed Martin might start losing out to nontraditional companies if they don’t change their ways, a new report suggests.