Alan Chvotkin, executive vice president and counsel at the Professional Services Counsel, spoke on Federal Drive with Tom Temin about the implications.
If any of the Trump administration’s plans for reorganizing actually come through, they could have a big impact on contracts held by merged agencies or functions.
The last time anyone saw war bonds at the Post Office was back in Korean War days. But today the U.S. relies more on private and foreign borrowing to pay for its wars.
The Veteran Affairs Department has been told it can help stem the rise in veteran suicides by speeding the hiring process for mental health workers.
Some agency-inspector general relationships have drifted out of favor over the past 40 years. The IG community says it’s time to swing the pendulum back.
For those making claims — including for disability benefits — against government agencies, some federal judges say they should pay attention to a new White House directive allowing administrative law judges to be politically appointed.
The Senate has confirmed Emory Rounds as the new director of the Office of Government Ethics. The agency veteran was a surprise nominee considering the strained relationship President Donald Trump has had with the office.
Margaret Honein, director of the Division of Congenital and Developmental Disorders at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, led teams that created a tracking system for the Zika virus when it hit the U.S. in 2015.
President Donald Trump has jumped onto the idea of a Space Force as a new and separate branch of the armed services.
Andrei Barysevich, director of Advanced Collection at Recorded Future, joined Federal Drive with Tom Temin for the details on the cyber mistake.
The Air Force was lucky this time. But it better go and make sure its servers and routers are patched.
A study by the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine finds, maybe the Federal Aviation Administration is a little too cautious in trying to develop regulations.
The Affordable Care Act set up complicated relationships between health insurance providers and the Health and Human Services Department.
The Senate has announced long-awaited hearings for three nominees to the Merit System Protection Board. The agency that handles appeals from the Civil Service Commission has lack a quorum to do business for more than 18 months.
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