The Census Bureau has launched a new survey designed to track the effects of the pandemic.
Hazardous pay for federal employees is starting to gather a little steam in Congress.
The Small Business Administration was given a seemingly impossible task when lawmakers appropriated two tranches of money to loan businesses in March and April.
Few technologies have had as much impact on military, civilian, governmental and commercial activities as geographic information and intelligence.
State and local health agencies are offering free training for anyone who wants to become what’s known as a COVID-19 contact tracer.
Just as there’s no shortage of cybersecurity threats there’s no shortage of companies and products to try and help you counteract them.
At least one agency catches up on supplies to keep its field workforce better protected.
GAO’s Director of Homeland Security and Justice issues, Triana McNeil, joined Federal Drive with Tom Temin for a review.
How come it has been so hard to get masks distributed to federal employees like the 10,000 IRS employees called back to work?
The fast and vast federal response to coronavirus has exposed weaknesses in some agencies’ information technology.
Research labs across the government, industry and academia are working on one piece of the coronavirus puzzle or another.
Sometimes services contracts require hardware to support them. Sometimes hardware buys require related services. That’s where companies get into what are known as order level materials.
When you put those burgers on the grill this weekend, remember the 6,500 federal food safety inspectors working in meatpacking plants ordered to stay open.
Three trillion dollars and no face shields for meat packing inspectors?