The House tucks into two weeks of committee work that includes appropriations for fiscal 2021 in addition to another possible stimulus bill.
Vets applying for compensation or a pension typically have to undergo a physical examination, and now VBA has resumed in-person exams.
The annual Feds Feed Families drive takes a national problem to the local level.
Bloomberg Government’s report on the 200 largest federal contractors contains few surprises, but reveals a few trends you might not be aware of.
Workers may think they’re doing a great job, but they’ve got a lot of boxes to check.
Somebody has to organize all of the considerations and best practices for reopening agencies — the Government Accountability Office.
A program launched by Treasury a couple of years back has helped keep banks in minority hands while strengthening their finances.
The firings and shufflings of inspectors general that have occurred recently in the Trump administration have worried whistleblower advocates.
Artificial intelligence requires human brainpower. That is why Dr. Siegelmann has been on loan from UMass to the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency.
The germ that’s wrecked havoc on public health and the economy has also stuck a spear into national security. The U.S.S. Roosevelt episode showed that.
The National Defense Authorization Act is the most visible thing on which Congress is making progress. But it’s not the only thing.
The Energy Department has joined Health and Human Services and the Intelligence Community in boosting research related to COVID-19.
Lawmakers on Capitol Hill head into another week of trying to find a consensus on next steps for reopening, or not, parts of the country.
Not all students will be bored this summer, unable to find a job. Several hundred are already at work in virtual federal internships.