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.
Contractors, feds, and friends came together on two wheels to help two worthy causes.
Initiative aims to take on children across the country going hungry without access to lunches because the pandemic has forced summer schools to close.
The United States is in a worldwide competition for talent in artificial intelligence. So it makes sense to understand the career motivations of these workers.
A reminder on some of the constructive ways to bring about positive change.
This is an important time for AAFEA, who has been advocating on behalf of black federal civil servants for nearly 20 years, to be heard.
Contractors often face a dilemma. Anticipate unforeseen costs in a government project with a padded bid, or include a cost-shifting contingency in their bid.
The Veterans Affairs-Defense Department electronic health record project is more than a patient wiki.
A defense authorization bill amendment proposal would require recipients of Defense Department grants to publicly disclose how they spend the money.
The pandemic has delayed the new electronic health records system roll out at Veterans Affairs but crucial work of system configuration continues.
A $5 billion overhaul of one of the Navy’s aircraft carriers is going better than anyone expected thanks to the (relatively) young assistant program manager leading the project.
Nearly a decade in, several voices are calling for FedRAMP reform. Among them, the Information Technology and Innovation Foundation.