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.
The Senate is returning to Washington this week instead of going on its scheduled recess. But will it actually get anything done?
If the two-sided toaster revolutionized breakfast, blockchain will revolutionize just about everything in technology.
The new Veterans Affairs Secretary Robert Wilkie said several new people will be taking top-level leadership positions at the agency shortly. Pamela Powers will be the department’s new chief of staff and Chris Syrek will be VA’s deputy chief of staff.
As the Trump administration considers civil service modernization, those who helped craft the original Civil Service Reform Act say the White House could do the same thing in 2018 that they did in 1978, with a few exceptions.
Agencies got a big boost in appropriations midway through the fiscal year, making it harder than usual for them to write contracts to spend all of their appropriated funds.
GSA released a request for information seeking help from contractors to support union of OPM’s HR Solutions office into the Federal Acquisition Service.
A report from the Center for Strategic and International Studies says the federal government needs a bigger role in helping state and local police access digital evidence.
The Defense Department’s process for buying commercial items can take even longer than its traditional procurement system.
The Information Security Oversight Office is telling lawmakers how to fix the classification and declassification processes across government instead of just explaining the problem.
In today’s Federal Newscast, the Office of Personnel Management is encouraging agencies to let Washington-area employees use telework and other workplace flexibilities for the next two weeks during Metro’s major track work.