Like it or not, some 700,000 drones, maybe a million will be humming along in the skies in a few years.
The Army’s new Futures Command is on its way to becoming reality, just as the service prepares for 2020.
Not even a platoon of Evelyn Woods could get through this mountain of classified material every year.
In today’s Federal Newscast, the Government Publishing Offices takes another stab at finding a vendor to print and mail 2020 census forms.
The VA bought a generic medicine from a company selling New Jersey-made tablets containing an active ingredient from India.
The Trump administration sought to slow down the pace of federal regulation growth by telling agencies to retire to regulations for every new one they proposed.
The Office of Management and Budget released its Cloud First strategy seven years ago. Now, under the Trump administration, OMB plans to soon release an updated Cloud Smart strategy.
A new report from Sen. McCaskill’s office says the Trump administration’s 2019 budget would cut five Inspectors General office’s budgets and give nine IG offices less than what they requested.
Federal News Radio explores how an evolving federal workforce has been bound by the constraints of a 40-year-old civil service system that largely hasn’t changed at all since 1978.
The 2019 National Defense Authorization Act is mostly about Defense Department matters but at more than 1,000 pages it contains provisions for all federal agencies.
Special Operations conjure images of super-trained, nearly invincible soldiers, sailors, and airmen. Even the Marine Corps has a special operations unit.
The U.S. Navy is finding that its carriers are nearly as costly to decommission and scrap as they are to build and launch.
After most Homeland Security Department nondisclosure agreements were deemed noncompliant with federal whistleblower laws, congressional overseers worry about other agencies.
The Defense Innovation Unit is temporarily slowing down so it won’t repeat past mistakes.
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