The Environmental Protection Agency is moving ahead on its decision to shutter an agency-owned facility in Michigan that will impact nearly 20 emergency response employees.
House Oversight and Government Reform Committee members want a full briefing from GSA on its new plan for the FBI headquarters.
Two of three people who were in an SUV that was stopped and fired upon when it tried to enter the National Security Agency campus without authorization have been released, an FBI spokesman said Thursday
Three people, including a police officer, were injured after authorities say a vehicle tried to enter the secure campus of the National Security Agency at Fort Meade on Wednesday morning
After scrapping plans to bring the Federal Bureau of Investigation under one roof, the Trump administration says it intends to demolish the old FBI headquarters and build a new facility in its place.
In her first interview since being confirmed, GSA Administrator Emily Murphy expands on her focus areas.
The Office of Personnel Management announced its decision this morning to delay the opening of federal offices as well as let employees take unscheduled leave or unscheduled telework.
Is there too much power concentrated in Washington? Here’s what feds think about downsizing D.C.
References to DC as “the swamp” remind Senior Correspondent Mike Causey of the Princess Bride’s fire swamp, and its rodents of unusual size.
When Congress isn’t negotiating on spending caps or budget deals for this fiscal year and the next, members are considering other pieces of legislation that could have an impact on your work.
Construction of a new Veterans Affairs hospital in Aurora, Colorado, is 98 percent complete. But lawmakers are still frustrated that VA will have to keep the existing medical center open for another three-to-five years.
Government needs more cybersecurity people. It also needs to strengthen the senior executive service and get around its slow recruitment and hiring process.
The Navy will no longer discharge sailors who fail its physical fitness assessment, and is cancelling early-out programs that let sailors leave the military voluntarily, steps officials say are required by a “growing Navy.”
For 34 years, the White House chandeliers and the windows through which most of us see them were the responsibility of custodian Stewart Stevens.