David Chow comes to HUD from the National Credit Union Administration, where he spent the last seven years.
The Senate Banking Committee approved Kathy Kraninger, President Trump’s nominee to run the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, despite protests from Senate Democrats who said Trump’s nominee is unqualified to run the consumer watchdog
FEMA dealing with many lessons learned — on both personnel and emergency response fronts.
Health care delivery issues often get the most attention at the Veterans Affairs Department. But the Veterans Benefits Administration actually spends more dollars than the health side.
The 2018 fiscal year for the federal government comes to an end in a few weeks. What does that mean for contractors and what can they expect in FY 2019? Find out on this week’s Amtower Off Center. August 27, 2018
Annual compendium finds DoD could save $2.3 billion if it implemented just 33 out of its more than 1,500 open recommendations.
When many long-time feds hear that their office has visitors from the Government Accountability Office, their first instinct is to head for the hills. But long-time CMS worker Anthony Corridore says this can be a win-win situation.
Kelly Olson has been the Technology Transformation Service chief of staff since March and worked at GSA since 2015.
This week on Your Turn, Federal News Radio reporter Nicole Ogrysko will discuss the past, present and future of the federal civil service, and Federal News Radio Senior Digital Editor Michael O’Connell will explain how podcasts could help you get ahead in your federal career. August 22, 2018
Sylvia Burns, the Interior Department CIO since 2014, is taking a new position in government.
In today’s Federal Newscast, a new report from the Veterans Affairs Department’s inspector general finds VBA improperly processed and denied some 1,300 military sexual trauma claims in 2017.
Forty years after the civil service was officially “reformed” by the Carter administration, a new team with very different ideas about the role of government and regulations is looking to do some reforming of its own.
With Medicaid accounting for more than a quarter of governmentwide improper payments, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services plans to launch new eligibility audits for the program.
Loren Duggan, editorial director of Bloomberg Government, described how the Senate is trying to reach its Sept. 30 deadline for spending.