Energy Department and nuclear power industry are designing new programs to develop smaller, more cost efficient nuclear reactors.
Software acquisition issues are hurting the Air Force’s ability to move into the future, and one official is highlighting the service’s weaknesses in software regarding intellectual property and hiring.
Tracking the stock market and making long-term decisions based on day-to-day changes is not the way to build a retirement nest egg.
The Trump administration has big plans to improve the government’s customer service, but Margaret Weichert, the deputy director for management at OMB, says getting there means more than just modernizing IT.
The VA MISSION Act cleared the Senate with a 92-5 vote. The legislation brings a long-awaited solution to the current Veterans Choice Program.
Agencies might be paying too much for the identity theft and credit monitoring services they’ve offered federal employees in the aftermath of data breaches.
On this episode of Women of Washington, Shelley Finlayson joins host Gigi Schumm to talk about her current role as Chief of Staff at the Office of Government Ethics and how she found her place in the federal workforce.
Lawmakers want to re-examine the structure of the Veterans Health Administration after a report the Veterans Affairs Inspector General referred to as “serious” and “disturbing.”
OFPP and the U.S. Digital Service unveil the new core-plus certification in Contracting for Digital Service to help agencies improve how they buy cloud, agile and other technologies.
The Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility sued for information only to find out the Trump administration kept no formal records.
The Government Accountability Office’s director of contracting and national security acquisition issues said the market has evolved from mostly hardware to service contracts.
The survey is being administered as a census and includes a pair of pilot programs designed to improve the survey in future years.
In today’s Federal Newscast, the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee releases the expanded Federal IT Acquisition Reform Act report card today, five agencies saw their grades go up, 11 saw them go down.
The federal government remains on a hot streak in meeting its small business contracting goals.
Today we’re joined by Benjamin Pikus, founder of MoTrack Therapy, a company that’s using motion tracking and gamification to assist patients with physical therapy exercises. Pikus and his group recently won a competition between 100 of the region’s top student-led startups.