The Trump administration has been pulling at the Gordian knot of federal employment.
After receiving one thousand comments on the first one, the Defense Department decided to use the same strategy for its second RFP.
In today’s Federal Newscast, the Justice Department settles a lawsuit that alleges Armstrong violated sponsorship agreements his cycling team had with USPS.
Reading the inspector general’s meta-report, you’d think there’s nothing the government can do right. History says otherwise.
From buildings that collapse in the rain to crooked contractors, the special inspector general for Afghanistan Reconstruction has seen it all.
Rep. Mac Thornberry’s (R-Texas) latest proposal for acquisition reform presses DoD to implement the initiatives Congress has already passed; borrows heavily from “809 panel” for new ones.
In today’s Federal Newscast, Assistant Secretary of Defense for Energy, Installations and Environment Lucian Niemeyer tells members of Congress about how six years of sequestration effected military buildings.
Members of the federal oversight community told House lawmakers Wednesday that would-be whistleblowers need to feel comfortable about reporting wrongdoing at their agencies without fear of retaliation.
House Armed Services Committee Chairman Mac Thornberry wants to cut the Fourth Estate by 25 percent. But lawmakers and former DoD officials are not sure it can happen.
The Soldier for Life program helps soldiers transition into the civilian world and it’s coming out with some new initiatives.
USPS has deployed technology to let carriers know in advance if an address houses a dog. USPS national safety director Linda DeCarlo joins the Federal Drive with Tom Temin with details.
In today’s Federal Newscast, the National Space Council, led by Vice President Mike Pence, will recommend giving Commerce the task of maintaining space situational awareness to be shared with civil, commercial and military users of satellites.
The General Services Administration says it wants to move away from leases in favor of federally-owned property.
Sean Brune, chief program officer for IT modernization, said the Social Security Administration’s modernization efforts aim to update software’s programming language and improve systems already used by the public.
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