Court orders halt to federal contractor vaccine mandate in 3 states
The injunction applies only to federal contracts in Kentucky, Ohio and Tennessee, but is the first court decision among numerous lawsuits challenging the mandate.
The Department of Veterans Affairs is testing whether artificial intelligence can assist clinicians in reviewing medical images, help veterans find services online and empower the agency to proactively reach out to patients about their mental health.
The Air Force announced that starting Nov. 29 unvaccinated airmen will not be able to proceed to existing permanent change of station orders and will not be eligible for future orders unless they get an approved medical or religious accommodation.
Where can contractors contribute politically, and where can they not? Bloomberg Government senior editor Ken Doyle has been following this question closely, and joined Federal Drive with Tom Temin to discuss.
A three-judge panel with the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit found the Postal Regulatory Commission struck a careful balance last year when it allowed USPS to set mail rates higher than the pace of inflation.