Last year a team of federal investigators, as part of the national effort to mitigate the opioid crisis, indicted 73 licensed medical practitioners for enabling the addiction crisis in Appalachia.
To explain what that is and how the center can help, Mitre’s Vice President for Strategic Engagement and Partnership James Cook, and its Director of Engagements and Partnerships Dave Powner, spoke to Federal Drive with Tom Temin.
Sometimes the Federal Acquisition Regulation calls for meaningful discussions between government and would-be contractors. The lack thereof can result in issues like the one the Navy and one of its suppliers are having.
Speaking in favor of the latest iterations of racial sensitivity and inclusion training, the president of the Professional Managers Association Chad Hooper.
Few White House memos have sparked as much debate as the one telling agencies to stop presenting certain forms of training related to racial diversity and inclusion.
Reports are surfacing that maybe the government did not reach its annual small business contracting goals, as the Small Business Administration has boasted.
The Department of Veterans Affairs office of inspector general has found critical flaws in two important functions at the Veterans Health Administration.
Like the full moon you know will be rising soon, the continuing resolution for the 2021 fiscal year, it starts next week, is finally taking shape in Congress.
A constant tug of war exists between Congress and the Executive Branch and the White House for apportionment, but a coalition led by the Project on Government Oversight seeks to shift more weight back to the Legislative Branch.
The idea of pay for performance has appeal in the federal workplace. But is it true? American University professor Bob Tobias is skeptical.
A new Securities and Exchange Commission measure may limit payouts whistleblowers receive as a result of tips about corporate malfeasance.
Writing effective comments on proposed federal regulations is an art form. Steptoe & Johnson law firm partner Matt Kulkin had some advice.
So many of my former sources’ kids are now in the market, I’m declaring a trend.
The National Armaments Consortium has a new way of working with the Defense Ordnance Technology Consortium, a group sponsored by the Secretary of Defense aimed at better and faster prototyping.