How will this office drive the future of IT Modernization? What’s next for shared services in the federal government? Join host Michael Keegan on The Business of Government Hour as he explores these questions and so much more with Beth Angerman, Deputy Associate Administrator, GSA’s Office of Shared Solutions and Performance Improvement.
How many members of Congress have read the nearly 600-page report from the Justice Department inspector general? That’s hard to say.
Today marks the signing of the nation’s 10 millionth patent. It represents an enormous history of innovation and scientific development.
Senate’s NDAA says DoD has failed to deliver on a military health reorganization Congress ordered two years ago, and mandates more specific reforms.
A spokeswoman for the Drug Enforcement Administration says the agency’s acting administrator will be retiring at the end of June
HHS’ Office of Inspector General is giving its agents on-the-ground a chance to tell their stories, in their own words.
The president and CEO of the Professional Services Council said Congress will need to pass additional legislation to appropriate funding.
The House Appropriations Committee approved the Financial Services and General Government fiscal 2019 spending bill with additional money for the three governmentwide funds.
The Department of Housing and Urban Development wants to engage in mid-term negotiations with AFGE over official time.
By August, the postal task force the White House stood up in April is expected to send its recommendations to President Donald Trump.
Trump intends to nominate OMB associate director Kathy Kraninger to lead government’s consumer watchdog agency.
In working the aftermath of natural disasters, the Federal Emergency Management Agency relies on contractors, but the report said the agency does not always use best practices in hiring its contractors.
GSA is starting to look for other agencies to begin creating and working with their own CoEs for 2019 and beyond.
But even if the ACA disappeared, the government would still have a giant footprint in health and disease research. The National Institutes of Health’s annual budget and what the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services pays out for kidney dialysis both equal about $35 billion.