Two local chefs with roots in Lebanon spearhead a restaurant-driven effort to help those hurt by this week’s devastating explosion in the country’s capital.
This week on Fed Access, Evan Lesser, founder and president of ClearanceJobs.com, joins host Derrick Dortch to give us an update on how the security clearance process is being affected by the federal restrictions put in place during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Though the Office of Personnel Management said it still plans to maintain management over its headquarters in Washington, D.C., through fiscal 2021, the agency’s inspector general has several concerns about the plans for the General Services Administration to operate and maintain the building.
Issuing regulations on the new paid parental leave benefits is a key step toward implementing the new program, which goes into effect Oct. 1. They’re 85 pages long, and be sure to read the fine print.
After six months of progress on its backlog of retirement claims, the Office of Personnel Management backslid for the first time this year in July.
Security and risk leaders need to live in the new normal, but the questions they should be asking aren’t new.
Cloud is here to stay, and the next generation of technologies is already being built on its foundations.
New regulations from the Office of Personnel Management, effective Monday, detail how “essential” federal employees can hold on to the annual leave they’d otherwise have to forfeit at the end of the year because their service is needed during the coronavirus pandemic. The regulations apply to future national emergencies too.
Christie Canaria, the Small Business Innovation Research program director at the National Cancer Institute and a finalist for the Women in Technology leadership award, said her role in helping small business successful navigate the Small Business Innovation Research program depends bring an assortment of ideas to the table.
The Postal Service, weathering long-term financial challenges made worse by the coronavirus pandemic, is preparing for a record volume of mail-in ballots this November while also streamlining its operations to cut costs.
Artificial intelligence is steadily making its way into federal agency operations. A problem is that it can introduce unwanted biases.
The Environmental Protection Agency is running a program to test chemicals that can clean surfaces and keep them clean.
It might be critical, but infrastructure in the United States has remained stubbornly difficult to protect from cyber and physical attacks.
In today’s Federal Newscast, 30 years after the passage of the CFO Act, the Government Accountability Office tells Congress it has some work to do.