Old fashioned employees staffing field offices will never disappear.
The chair and vice chair of the select committee on the modernization of Congress have been exploring best practices to reopen federal offices.
The big services contractors didn’t get that way by giving up on small awards.
If spending priorities tell what’s important to an organization, then the Military Health System ranks pretty low.
Elizabeth Warner is an economist at the Institute of Educational Sciences. Her work is credited with creating all sorts of best practices.
The congressionally chartered Cyberspace Solarium Commission recently published what it calls an appendix to its March report in light of the pandemic.
In 2017, Congress ordered the Pentagon to restructure its medical treatment facilities. A mandated GAO review finds DoD relied on incomplete data.
Since the dawn of the space era, satellites have been solar powered. Now the Navy is testing the revolutionary possibility that satellites could somehow beam solar energy down from orbit.
The 2020 fiscal year is shaping up to possibly top 2019, the highest year yet for federal contract spending. But contractors need to watch out for a few things.
The National Institutes of Health wasted no time and putting pandemic stimulus money to use. It launched RADx, a program to enlist industry in academia in a biomedical engineering approach to the pandemic.
Before you can have continuity of operations, you need a little continuity of policy.
Forensic algorithms have become a routine tool for federal law enforcement agencies. The Government Accountability Office finds the algorithms are used to tie crime scene evidence to individuals with fingerprints or DNA on record.
President Trump’s recent removals and reassignments of agency inspectors general has raised the ire of good government groups and some members of Congress.
The House is starting to turn its attention to some ordinary business, namely crafting appropriations bills for the 2021 fiscal year.