In today’s Federal Newscast, new inscriptions on the Marine Memorial honor Marines who have died in the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Test results from a study commissioned by the Department of Veterans Affairs show some Vietnam veterans may have been infected by a slow-killing parasite while fighting in the jungles of Southeast Asia.
Grant and contract spending reported under the DATA Act is practically useless.
Johnson Joy, the chief information officer at the Department of Housing and Urban Development, said he wants to move the agency to the cloud, update its code, and replace desktops with laptops, among other things.
In Congress, the majority leadership’s hopes on health insurance, immigration and taxes have so far produced little.
The Food Safety Modernization Act requires Food and Drug Administration inspectors to check out certain high-risk food factories at regular intervals.
The highest paid federal employee doesn’t live in the White House. Bill Johnson, CEO of the Tennessee Valley Authority, pulled in nearly $5 million in 2016.
Government Accountability Office auditors found that almost none of the contracts and grants data posted to USASpending was consistent with agency records.
The 75th Army Ranger Regiment is an elite group of soldiers that focuses on innovation and technology development to help win wars.
If Congress passes the budgets Federal News Radio has been hearing about, it could trigger sequestration.
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