The changes are part of new guidelines the Health and Human Services Department issued after more than two years of public comment.
GAO says the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services doesn’t have enough oversight of managed care programs.
With a continuing resolution bill already signed and sealed, Congress has other matters to wind up before the end of the fiscal year this Saturday.
In today’s Federal Newscast, two top lawmakers on the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee want to know if there are any other executive appointees are using private email accounts to conduct official business.
The two entities learned of the breaches eventually, but they didn’t rush to ring the bell and notify anyone.
The 2018 NDAA includes several measures that would affect how the federal government does business with contractors.
Artificial intelligence will only enhance government service and operations if applied carefully, according to a new report.
In today’s Federal Newscast, a report from the Homeland Security Department’s inspector general has found executives with Customs and Border Protection and Immigration and Customs Enforcement initiated security protection for agency leaders without the legal authority to do so.
The Senate version of the Defense authorization bill doesn’t include a provision to make it easier for agencies to use commercial marketplaces.
A survey of 100 senior congressional staffers makes recommendations on what Congress can do to rethink the way it’s organized.
Evidence-based policymaking isn’t necessarily to let others look over the shoulders of federal programs, but rather to help those programs succeed.
When medical device manufacturer Medtronic developed what amounts to an artificial pancreas, it had the potential to help millions with Type One diabetes.
The Postal Inspector General found that, in some districts, official time, while legal, got out of hand because it wasn’t managed properly.
In today’s Federal Newscast, a new report from the Government Accountability Office shows just how often agencies have had to deal with Congress not passing an actual budget.
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