The Defense budget is out from under the weight of the Budget Control Act, but that doesn’t mean that the military will see a boon in spending this coming year.
The Postal Service, in a press release Tuesday, said the vehicles can be retrofitted to keep pace with advances in electric vehicle technologies.
A moderate Republican, Sen. Rob Portman of Ohio, has joined Republican Sens. Susan Collins of Maine and Mitt Romney of Utah in saying he'll vote against confirming President Joe Biden’s nominee for budget director
Here with what to expect for the week ahead in Congress, Bloomberg Government Editorial Director Loren Duggan spoke to Federal Drive with Tom Temin.
In an interview with Federal News Network, the chairman of the House readiness subcommittee says installation resilience is near the top of his oversight priority list.
The Department of Veterans Affairs says it's been able to vaccinate its health care workers with relative speed, but reaching the broader veteran population has and will continue to be a challenge.
In today's Federal Newscast, lawmakers in the national capital region say the federal government should get its own supply to vaccinate federal workers.
For how they're faring, Federal Drive with Tom Temin checked in with the Executive Director of the Office of Congressional Workplace Rights, Susan Tsui Grundmann.
The Library of Congress recently digitized and made publicly available papers of presidents from George Washington to Calvin Coolidge. For how they did it, Civil War and Reconstruction specialist Michelle Krowl.
Democratic Senators reintroduced a bill to create an office in the Small Business Administration to bolster underserved businesses.
The "new" normal: A third pandemic relief bill and permanent barricades around the Capitol building?
In today's Federal Newscast, the House Oversight and Reform Committee cleared a 570-million-dollar emergency paid leave sick leave bank for federal employees and postal workers.
We attempt to meet major challenges with civil service pay and job classification processes driven by a law that is 72 years old, and a hiring process that limits the government’s ability to compete for talent.
Rep. Gerry Connolly (D-Va.) says agencies relied on "smart IT investments" to disburse COVID-19 pandemic stimulus, but the Senate is passing on plans to give $9 billion to the Technology Modernization Fund.