Following a new set of policies concerning public affairs officers, the Air Force is cutting back on interviews and base visits for journalists.
FirstNet, a Commerce Department unit, recently gave the green light to AT&T to start building new emergency communications network.
Many federal departments are feeling and performing poorly. Backlogs are agencies’ fever. The symptom has many causes.
The Office of Management and Budget mangled important guidance on the Modernizing Government IT Act in new guidance.
TSA puts a human face on itself with social media, including a human face with a pancake on it.
How many agencies see how an Office of Personnel Management report can help them improve the way they reward their senior executives.
Secretary of Veterans Affairs David Shulkin’s errors regarding a recent European trip look more like lapses in judgment than corruption.
The 2019 budget plan proposed by the Trump White House topples the plan to build a new FBI headquarters in the Washington suburbs.
Federal News Radio’s Tom Temin says the new, two-year, topline spending ceiling raised eyebrows even as it raised the coming deficits.
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The Army has fallen short in dealing with retaliation against whistleblowers. Example? The Teresa Gilbert case.
Will Cerner Corp.’s MHS Genesis provide the safe harbor the Coast Guard needs?
The last mini-shutdown may have felt to many like the tremors before an earthquake, according to Federal News Radio’s Tom Temin.
In the case of cloud, the government mainly adapted itself to commercial products, but ended up influencing them to the benefit of both sides.